An unenlightened person who thinks one country better than another.
One who immigrates; one who comes to a country for the purpose of permanent residence; -- correlative of emigrant.
Technically, people who have moved to a country with the intention of settling. Not synonymous with refugees.
A person who immigrates, or comes into a country to settle elsewhere.
An alien admitted to the United States and expected to reside permanently in the United States.
A foreign national admitted to the U.S. as a lawful permanent resident. An immigrant visa may be issued overseas by the Department of State, or adjusted to permanent resident status by USCIS in the U.S.
Native somewhere else, but having arrived in the area specified of its own accord, by walking flying, swimming, rafting, or hitchhiking (adjective). European people are immigrants to Florida (USA); so are cattle egrets and love bugs because they flew to Florida; so are citrus leafminers, which also arrived without deliberate introduction (even if by hitchhiking in a cargo of plants on a plane).
A non-citizen who has obtained legal permission to remain in the states with some of the privileges of citizens. May intend to apply for citizenship.
Person who enters a country of which he or she is not a citizen with the intention of establishing permanent residence
Person who comes to the U.S. and wishes to stay permanently. Must apply for permanent resident status.
A person who resides in a nation, country or region other than that of his/her origin. Also known as nonnative, outlander, outsider, alien, etc. (ant. emigrant)
A person migrating into a particular country or area; an in-migrant. De Blij, H. J., and Perter O. Muller; Geography - Regions and Concepts; John Wiley and Sons, Inc.; New York, Chichester, Brisbane, Toronto and Singapore; 1992; page 606.
A person who comes to settle in Canada as a permanent resident.
A person who immigrates into a new country or region
A person who moves to another country to live
A person who moves from one country to another to live permanently.
a person who comes to a country where they were not born in order to settle there
a foreign-born person who has been approved for lawful permanent residence in the US
a foreign citizen who has been granted permission to settle in Sweden for whatever reason
a foreign national that decides he wants to become an American citizen usually
a foreign national who has been authorized to live and work permanently in the United States
a foreign national who has been granted the privilege of living and working permanently in the United States
an alien who has been approved for lawful permanent residence in the U
an alien who has the right to reside permanently in the United States
a national of another country who comes to South Africa with the intention of residing here permanently, i
an individual who has been authorized to live permanently in the United States
an invited guest - a person who comes to a country where they are not a citizen in order to settle there
a particular foreign national who has been granted the privilege of living in addition to working permanently within the United States
a permanent resident alien lawfully admitted into the United States and is allowed to work in the United States and remain in the United States indefinitely
a person born abroad and of foreign nationality at birth
a person born outside France, with non-French nationality, who lives in France
a person that arrives on your shores and is WELCOMED
a person that comes to a country and files for citizenship
a person traveling from someplace to someplace else
a person who applies in his native country to come to the U
a person who comes into a foreign country for the purpose of settling there
a person who comes to a new country to make it their permanent home
a person who has arrived in this country legally and is working and studying to become a citizen
a person who has come to live in a country from some other country An emigrant is a person who has left his own country to live in another country
a person who immigrated to this country after they have applied, interviewed and had a physical screening and was granted a resident alien card "green card"
a person who intends to stay permanently, in contrast to a casual visitor or
a person who is a lawful, permanent resident of the U
a person who left his/her original homeland/country and lives in another country
a person who's come to this country legally, and wants to become a citizen
a person who voluntarily leaves their place of birth in order to migrate to another country
Under immigration law, an immigrant is defined as a lawful permanent resident, or a person who has the privilege of permanently living and working in the U.S. However, in common usage, this term generally refers to any newcomer who has made a home in the U.S.
Commonly, permanent resident aliens and those who have been naturalized as U.S. citizens are referred to as immigrants. However, the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) defines an immigrant as any alien in the United States, except those legally admitted specifically as nonimmigrants (such as foreign students). An illegal alien is not a permanent resident alien, but would be an immigrant under the INA's definition.
a person who comes into a foreign country to make his/her home.
People who have moved to a country with the intention of settling, excludes refugees (e.g. Canadians born outside of Canada, or first generation Canadians).
person who intends to reside in the United States not for a temporary period.
A person who leaves his or her native land to settle in another country.
Any foreign national in the U.S. who is not a nonimmigrant
one who moves to a country to live permanently
a person who has entered a country from abroad to become a permanent resident
A person who has moved to another country to settle there.
a person who moves to a new country.
One moving into a country from another.
Alien entering the United States for permanent (or temporary) residence.
An alien admitted to the US as a lawful permanent resident. Immigrant are those persons accorded the privilege of residing permanently in the U.S. They may be issued immigrant visas by the Consulate abroad or here in the United States once adjusted to Permanent Resident Status by the INS.
Refers to people who are, or have been, landed immigrants in Canada. A landed immigrant is a person who has been granted the right to live in Canada permanently by immigration authorities. Some immigrants have resided in Canada for a number of years, while others have arrived recently. Most immigrants are born outside Canada, but a small number were born in Canada.
One who enters and settles in a foreign country
one who moves into one country from another. (My great-grandfather was an emigrant from Poland and an immigrant to the United States.)
A foreign-born individual who has been admitted to reside permanently in the United States as a lawful permanent resident (LPR).
An alien admitted to a receiving country as a lawful permanent resident.
Alien. See Alien.
person moving into a country from another country.
A person who enters one country from another to take up permanent residence.
Under U.S. law, one who has been granted permission to enter and establish residence in the U.S. Only those who fit one of the PREFERENCES, or are exempted- from requiring a quota number, may become immigrants. Generally, immigrants are those who leave their home country voluntarily, as opposed to REFUGEES who are forced to leave their home land
noun: one who removes into a country
A person who migrates to another country, usually for permanent residence.
A person who leaves one country to settle permanently in another
Any person who is residing in the United States as a legally recognized and lawfully recorded permanent resident. This is what every alien seeking entry to the United States is presumed to be unless they prove they want entry on a nonimmigrant basis.
A person coming to the US to remain permanently or for an indefinite period of time and to make the US the primary place of residence. A permanent resident of the US is an immigrant. A person who plans to become a permanent resident is an intending immigrant. See Visitor.
A person who seeks lawful permission to come to Canada to establish permanent residence.
Someone who has become a lawful permanent resident.
a person who arrives in a country to take up permanent residence.
See Permanent Resident Alien.
Person who leaves one country to live in another country
an individual who enters the United States with authorization from the government to remain on a permanent basis.
In INS terminology, an alien admitted to the United States as an actual or prospective permanent resident; an alien with the right to eventually obtain citizenship. In common language, an alien living here permanently.
One who moves from one country to another with the intention of settling. This may be for a variety of personal, political, religious, social or economic reasons. The word is sometimes used incorrectly to refer, implicitly or explicitly, to people with color or with non-dominant ethnicities.
An alien admitted to the United States as a lawful permanent resident or any alien in the United States.