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repatriation

The transfer of a person to their country of origin. While the term could refer to any person regardless of their health status, repatriation is often a euphemism for the shipping of a body back to the person’s home country for burial.
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A successful repatriate will normally be highly qualified, and have a suite of valuable skills, knowledge, and attributes (Hodgetts and Luthans, 1997; Solomon, 1995).
In the absence of such agreements, repatriate professional expectations may not be met and there may be a perceived breach of the psychological contract believed to be implicit in the international assignment.
In a statement, POEA administrator Hans Leo Cacdac, warned private recruitment agencies that they risk being punished if they continue to refuse to repatriate Filipino migrant workers staying as wards in various shelters run by the Philippine government.
We are looking forward to repatriate around 17 more, hopefully, once their papers are processed at the immigration.
BEIRUT: The Philippine Foreign Affairs Ministry is working to repatriate the bodies of three Filipinos who were killed after a seven-story building collapsed in Ashrafieh, Beirut, last week, GMA Network news online reported Friday.
Upon return from Egypt, El Habib could sail to Benghazi, Libya, to repatriate Tunisian nationals.
This scheme will apply income criteria, will clarify the term repatriate and there will be another provision ensuring that those entitled to a pension aren't receiving benefits from elsewhere.
The statement emailed to Pajhwok Afghan News said that only the Afghans in Sindh, Punjab, Islamabad and Peshawar could voluntarily repatriate to Afghanistan while the repatriation of Afghan refugees in Balochistan province will be announced later.
Japan has been urging Pyongyang to reopen the abduction cases, get to the bottom of the incidents, repatriate any remaining victims and hand over those involved in the abductions, while North Korea has maintained that the issue is closed.
Although FSP FAS 109-2 extends time, it does not relieve companies of having to record an appropriate deferred tax liability when they decide to repatriate earnings.
A federal judge, finding that the Army Corps of Engineers had acted capriciously last year in its hasty decision to repatriate the bones, ordered the corps to reassess its decision.