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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According to Akinade- Fijabi, 'The parliament will not allow Nigeria to be turned a dumping grounda of all manners of expatriates, f this committee finds out that there are Nigerians that can do similar work these people are doing, we will not hesitate to send them packing.
The scheme shows the noble intent of the government to make this a better living place for expatriates.
He informed that OPF provided fifty percent subsidy in tuition fee to children of expatriates and had recently launched E-Learning programme in its main educational institutions.
In addition, both Ministers discussed facilitations for Egyptian expatriates though online incorporation procedures on MIICs website, besides engaging them in the Egyptian Exchange and holding training courses for youth prone to illegal immigration.
Among others, the ceremony was attended by a large number of expatriate Pakistanis, former ambassador Manzor-ul-Haq, Mansor Ahmed Junejo, Chairman Red Crescent Dr Saeed Elahi, Additional Secretary Foreign Affairs Shah Jamal and senior officials of OPF.
He indicated that the Foreign and Expatriates Ministry has activated the expatriates committees to attract the Syrian expatriates abroad, to take care of their issues and to follow up any complaint by any foreign missions or any Syrian expatriate.
To attract more people to do business here, Oman is expected to pass a foreign investment law that would allow expatriates to establish SMEs (small and medium enterprises), with an investment of just OMR150,000 without a sponsor.
5% increase in the number of expatriates who are classified as not belonging to any particular governorate, with corresponding numbers in September and August recorded as 137.
There is a growing challenge to hire expatriates on foreign assignments to accomplish strategically perilous tasks (Chew, 2004).
All six of the GCC states have higher weightings to expatriates than any of the largest six economies in the world, said Invesco Middle East Asset Management Study 2015.
The economic side is not solely at the heart of guidance programmes geared towards Tunisian expatriates, he said.
The salary levels of expatriates as per Gosi and PFC records as of December 2014: