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When is it time to expatriates quit?

Expatriate labour is a growing concern for employers.It’s also a topic of intense debate.This year, the Irish Government announced a new directive that will introduce a cap on the number of temporary visas a company can grant, but the impact on employment is still unclear.The Irish Times has spoken to several expatriation industry figures and

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When Italy’s new star has to deal with the pressure

Expatriates living abroad are expected to play a bigger role in Italy’s national team this season, as well as in the future.The former international players will no longer be the only ones expected to contribute, as a new generation of expatriates are expected on the pitch for the first time.The Italians, who won their first

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‘Expatriated workers’: What to know about expatriates and the ‘Baish’ vehicle

The term “expatrian” is often used interchangeably with “foreigner”.It is a term of abuse to refer to expatriated workers as foreigners when they do not have official residence in Canada.The term expatriation is used interchangeingly with “immigration”.However, it is important to understand that “immigration” is a distinct and separate term and should not be confused

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The New Yorker’s Ex-Guantanamo Detainee Will Soon be U.S. Citizen

By Robert RomanoThe New Yorker will publish a new biography of the former Guantanamo detainee, Rizwan Farook, that will be written by a former White House legal adviser who was among the few White House officials to have a personal relationship with the man.The book will detail the “honeymoon” period before Farook was transferred to

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How much citizenship should expats pay?

Expats have been among the fastest-growing citizens in the United States for years.But for those living outside the U.S. for more than a year, the U,S.Constitution and many other legal protections mean that they’re only eligible to vote in federal elections and are subject to fines, up to 10 years in prison, and fines of