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What is the difference? And why does it make the 4. I would guess that you looked up definitions in a few different sources for this piece, so you would have found definitions that described immigrants as people looking to move to a place permanently. I think the infographics and data visualizations on your site are fantastic, but only if I can be confident about the accuracy of the underlying data.
I get what you were going for with this, but I think the result serves to obfuscate this issue. At what point do they become immigrants? Or do they never have to don that appellation?
And if not, why not? I continue to think immigration implies an intent to permanently resettle as does the State Department with its immigrant and nonimmigrant visa categoriesso in my mind the total number of immigrants are a subset of the overall expat population.
The critique I offered to Max was primarily about the need for precise terminology in this or any other representation of facts, not for the terms per se. Any appellation donning will be dictated by the host government.
Do they have immigrant visas? Do they keep getting their nonimmigrant visas extended? Your point if I understand right is that immigrant vs expat may also sometimes depend on whether the person intends to permanently resettle.
By other I would argue more definitions, its includes both permanent and temporary residents. Going into the details of how different places define the terms on paper is a big can of worms, which maybe I should have addressed. But it is confusing and unrelated to the larger point, which is about how we talk about immigration.
Many of us will never return to our countries of birth. We never call each other immigrants except, tellingly, as a joke and no-one ever calls us immigrants. A good friend is married to a man from Uruguay and he is part of the Uruguayan immigrant community.
Many of them have homes in Uruguay and will move back at some stage.
And that is also how it is used in practice. I have several American friends who have permanently moved abroad, and they are still called expats. Some of the dictionaries online do define it as permanent residents. Though my counter would be that: And many of the Eastern European workers in the U.
Also, the difference between temporary and permanent does not matter with respect to the risk of terrorism. In all respects, the comparison is apples-to-apples. The State Department makes a clear distinction between immigrant and nonimmigrant visas, with the primary difference being the intent to permanently settle.
Other USG agencies are in line with this definition. The title of the infographic is I believe correct on its own in referring to the 4.
Your website really is spectacular, so I count myself a fan and am rooting for you. There are inconsistent definitions all over the place, which only adds to the silliness, though my intention was just to point it out, not to clear it up.Maybe, Norway thoroughly read the small print with the terms and conditions of entry/exit and membership regarding the EU and realised that it would be impossible to leave.
The exit clause of Article 50 could not be invoked as this would lead to No-exit. The Swiss ambassador to the UK joined experts in the field at the LSE on 6 December to discuss the pros and cons of the Swiss model as a frame for Britain’s future relationship with the EU.
There are, however, other states in Europe which either seek membership or could potentially apply if their present foreign policy changes, or the EU gives a signal that they might now be included on the enlargement agenda.
Jul 08, · Norway's relationship with Brussels - it is a member of the European Economic Area, but not the EU - is seen by some Eurosceptics as the perfect model. Harriet Alexander travelled to Bergen to .
As a follow-up to Tuesday’s post about the majority-minority public schools in Oslo, the following brief account reports the latest statistics on the cultural enrichment of schools in Austria. Vienna is the most fully enriched location, and seems to be in roughly the same situation as Oslo.
More about the Schengen area. Joining the EU. Becoming a member of the EU is a complex procedure which does not happen overnight. Once an applicant country meets the conditions for membership, it must implement EU rules and regulations in all areas. This is one of the reasons why I have turned to it in my essay. I think the different parts of the discussion of why Norway should be a member, are very engaging, and there are many good arguments coming from both sides. For the many members who can join the EU-membership, including Norway, the membership is considered to have many positive consequences. Mar 09, · All the benefits of being a member of the EU without the pfmlures.com on earth the EU allows that is beyond me. Well, Norway is paying for the priviledge, like it would if it was an actual member due to its current income situation (which may change when the oil runs out).
Many thanks to Hermes for the translation from pfmlures.com Since Norway isn’t part of the EU, do I need a special visa to move to Norway as an EU citizen? Nope, all you have to do is find a job within six months of living in Norway .