Foreigner


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Foreigner

All institutions and individuals living outside the United States, including US citizens living abroad, and branches, subsidiaries, and other affiliates abroad of US banks and business concerns; also central governments, central banks, and other official institutions of countries other than the United States, and international and regional organizations, wherever located. Also refers to persons in the United States to the extent that they are known by reporting institutions to be acting for foreigners.

Foreigner

Any person, company, bank, or other organization outside the United States. This includes foreign subsidies or branches of American companies. Generally speaking, foreigners are not subject to U.S. law unless they are doing business with a U.S. citizen, company, or government.
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Police are investigating the mysterious death of an Austrian national in Mtwapa town, Kilifi.The foreigner collapsed at Casuariana Club before being pronounced dead at Jocham Hospital.
He cited that you could see a retail shop being managed by a foreigner, but if you went to ask, the response would be that they were doing so for and on behalf of a Ghanaian.
'I support and agree with the report's conclusion and evaluation that considers the foreigner census and the revoking of foreigner's illegally possessed administrative documents as a big success for our government,' Sar Kheng said.
The Amendment Order also provides for reference by District Magistrate to the Tribunal for its opinion as to whether the appellant is a "foreigner" or not within the meaning of the Foreigners Act, 1946, the statement said.
Matiang'i has previously threatened to deport foreigner plying their trade illegally.
It's a one-time issuance so a foreigner could no longer apply for an SWP, go back to his country after six months and return [to the Philippines] a month later so he could again apply for an SWP.
Under the LMT, a foreigner's name and job vacancies they are applying for are published in newspapers so concerned Filipino workers will have the opportunity to oppose the former's employment, if necessary.
The fresh guidelines to all divisional police chiefs and commissioners suggested that all foreigners shall report to the district foreigner security cell when they arrive for the first time in the district and will inform the cell about their departure details.
Registration of passport documents of foreigners and stateless persons at the checkpoint is carried out by inserting the "Entry" marks in the passport document or immigration card of a foreigner or stateless person or in other documents stipulated by the legislation.
Scotland, United Kingdom, August 19, 2018 --(PR.com)-- Scotland-based company, the Foreigner, announces its expansion in the United Kingdom with new and improved services.
Inspector General of Police Punjab Captain (Retired) Arif Nawaz Khan inaugurates 'Provincial Foreigner Security Cell' at Lahore airport today.
Where valid law enables to punish an employer for enabling employment to a foreigner staying in Estonia without a legal basis under a misdemeanor procedure, or pursuant to criminal law in the event of aggravating circumstances, the legislative amendments proposed by the Interior Ministry would hold the employer responsible also for enabling employment to a foreigner staying in Estonia on a legal basis if the conditions of the employment of a foreigner set out in the Aliens Act, including the pay criterion, are not fulfilled.