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Undocumented

1. Describing a circumstance for which there is no proof in the form of paperwork. For example, if one takes an undocumented deduction on his/her tax return, the IRS may not allow the deduction.

2. A term for a non-citizen working in a country without proper paperwork (that is, illegally).
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