They have been particularly prevalent in the expatriate market.
For more information on becoming an expatriate, or foreign-born resident, of Nigeria, visit Nigeria Business Info or contact the Nigerian embassy in your home country.
Meddenhall, M. and Oddou, G., ( 1985) The dimensions of expatriate acculturation: a review.
The Labor Department expatriate staff made no claim to be very cerebral.
expatriate medical insurance it would.
Part of the huge HBOS group and still keen to help the expatriate.
However, a British expatriate can bring a claim for unfair dismissal in a few exceptional cases.
The next day I breakfast with an English expatriate.
Rose moved to England in the mid 1970s, performing occasionally in clubs around London, sometimes with his fellow expatriate Tim Hardin.
expatriate scots for help to get back to Scotland.
expatriate assignment with General Electric.
expatriate worker has now become a common feature in many Middle Eastern countries.
expatriate manager has to be paid wages that are about equal to the home salary.
We have written to employers we think may have inward expatriate employees.
fatherless son of a British expatriate mother.
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Decision net of expatriate medical insurance nonprofit organization under to go too.
unerring accuracy the petty jealousies endemic in expatriate communities, and with great humor.
International schools remain popular with expatriate families, particularly those who have relocated for work and plan to return home.
Haylock captures with unerring accuracy the petty jealousies endemic in expatriate communities, and with great humor.
Costa Amor tells the story of expatriate Dave and his love for Carmen, a Spanish beauty with a really mean boyfriend called Manuel.
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