Undocumented


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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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Documenting the Undocumented asks readers to reconsider the terminology, purpose, and aims of immigrant literature.
The mass firings at the New York golf club -- which workers said eliminated about half of the club's wintertime staff -- follow a story in The New York Times last year that featured an undocumented worker at another Trump club in Bedminster, New Jersey.
With this, DFA advised the undocumented Filipinos to take the offer before the deadline.
We talked about the undocumented Filipinos here," the president said during his meeting with the Filipino community last Friday.
"We appeal to our undocumented kababayan in Malaysia to take this opportunity to be able to return to their loved ones in the Philippines without jail time or fines," Jose said in a statement.
citizens, employment, national security, and the prosperity of industries employing undocumented immigrants (i.e.
'Thailand has permitted undocumented migrants to return to Cambodia to get documented and return to work in Thailand', the announcement read.
The researchers note that many states have track records of creating innovative health policy solutions for undocumented immigrants.
The SP investigation includes seeking an explanation from the Bureau of Immigration why there were many undocumented foreigners in the province.
In late December 2017, the defense ministry relaunched Operacion Escudo (Operation Shield) along the border to prevent the entry of undocumented immigrants during the New Year celebrations.
Defining the needs of the undocumented is difficult, as many of these students fear that revealing personal information could jeopardize themselves as well as their families, says Norma Yesina Mendoza, program coordinator for the Dreamer Resource Center at Sacramento State.
Based on interviews and data collected as part of an Economic and Social Research Council-funded project, oUndocumented Migrants, Ethnic Enclaves and Networks: Opportunities, Traps or Class Based Constructs?o, this volume explores the everyday lives of undocumented migrants from Bangladesh, China, and Turkey living in London, to show how being undocumented impacts their experiences, from the initial reasons for migration to their present lives.