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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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The transport sector repatriated $28.1 million in July 2019 compared to $6 million in the same month of last year, according to the central bank.
Another repatriated OFW is a 29-year-old single mother with two children and a native of Bauang, La Union.
The 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which took effect at the start of 2018, set a one-time 15.5 per cent tax rate on cash and eight per cent on illiquid assets repatriated to the US.
He said the status of judge Malik was 'awaiting posting' and he would be repatriated or posted in accordance with legal provisions.
With the arrival of the third batch, the number of repatriated Filipinos from Libya climbed to 19
multinationals and also shows the portion that's repatriated in the form of dividends and the portion reinvested in foreign affiliates.
Additionally, 22 others were repatriated from Malaysia where they were working without proper documentation.
The statement reads, Indian citizen Reshmas mortal remains were repatriated to her family in Barmer." A big thank you to authorities in Pakistan and India who made a special exemption to open gates today, instead of Friday, and allowed on foot crossover at Khokhrapar-Munabao railway crossing," it also said.
According to a statement issued in Abuja by Kola Ologbondiyan, its National Publicity Secretary, its investigations showed that out of the estimated 300,000 households listed as beneficiaries, more than 90 per cent are phony family names supplied by 'fraudulent government officials, as conduit to channel the repatriated money to APC leaders and the cabal.'
A Pakistani child Haroon Ali had also been repatriated. He was lodged in a juvenile home.
In 2018, South Africa's MTN Group had repatriated about EUR 88 million from MTN Irancell, including EUR 61 million relating to the 2017 dividend due to MTN, as well as a further EUR 27 million of historic dividends, according to Reuters.
The officials of FDMA on this occasion informed that each repatriated family would be given ration for six months.