Expatriate

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Expatriate

An employee who is a U.S. citizen living and working in a foreign country.

Expatriate

An employee at a company who is a citizen of another country. Some governments require companies hiring expatriates to show cause that the job could not be performed by a local citizen. Expatriates are generally subject to taxation only in the country where they are working, though citizens of the United States often must pay American taxes as well as local taxes, depending on their levels of income. See also: Foreign Tax Credit.
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The minister stressed the need to focus tourism and expatriation because the Lebanese Ministry of Tourism's plan to be launched soon relies on the Lebanese expatriates in every corner of the world.
Greg Baxter's memoir A Preparation for Death (2010) details the writer's expatriation to Ireland from America and the piecing together of a fractured life.
Prosecutor General renews calls for expatriation of Mubarak assets
As the week rolled on, meanwhile, the law's expatriation seemed to escape the attention of many major news outlets, an omission that has provoked vocal disapproval from some media watchdog groups.
resident for not more than 10 of the prior 15 years before expatriation) seeking expatriation who have (1) a net worth of at least $2 million on the expatriation date or (2) an average annual net income tax for the five tax years prior to expatriation greater than $124,000, adjusted periodically for inflation.
The works in the exhibition demonstrate the continuities and transitions of El-Salahi's artistic journey, starting with his days as a student at the School of Design at Gordon Memorial College and the prestigious Slade School of Fine Art at University College, London; his return to Sudan in early 1960s through mid-1970s; through his eventual self-imposed exile from Sudan and expatriation to Qatar and the UK in the mid-1970s; and ending with his residency at Oxford, England from the late 1980s to the present.
Un depart volontaire A noter que le responsable de l'Eglise du Nord-Sinai, l'abbe Qozman, a completement rejete et dementi les allegations autour d'une expatriation forcee de la part des autorites pour les coptes de Rafah, pour les transferer vers Al-Ariche.
Anas Hameed, an actor participating in "Poverty and Expatriation," said the lack of financial support prevents talented youth from presenting their plays.
As most recently highlighted by the controversy surrounding the expatriation of Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin, a misconception appears to be that U.
And it wasn't just So You Think and Australia - and, obviously, Coolmore - who benefited from his expatriation.
The changing global job market facilitates international assignments--and with them the expatriation of employees and their families, who must adapt to a new culture while employers and co-workers welcome them and adjust to their arrival.
He hailed the initiatives of the Syrian communities in all expatriation countries in solidarity with their homeland, stressing openness to foreign media since the beginning of events in Syria as 400 Arab and foreign media outlets entered the country.