The repatriate experience as seen by American expatriates
- CAMPAIGN FOR REPATRIATION OF THE SAKHALIN KOREANS IN JAPAN AND SOUTH KOREA (1945-1991). Din Yulia Ivanovna // Theory & Practice of Social Development;2013, Issue 9, p1
The paper deals with the history of the campaign for repatriation of the Sakhalin Koreans occurred in Japan and South Korea in the late 1940-s - early 1990-s. This movement highly effected not only the Korean diasporas' life in Sakhalin, but also attracted Japanese and Korean publics' attention
- Increase in W.I. repatriation cases. Persaud, Felicia // New York Amsterdam News;1/17/2008, Vol. 99 Issue 4, p14
The article reports on the rise of repatriation cases in 2007 in the U.S. A check has revealed that 335 nationals from Haiti, Cuba, and the Dominican Republic were nabbed and sent back in December 2007. There are over 3,000 the approximate number of Caribbean nationals nabbed and repatriated to...
- Integrating Immigrant and Repatriate Children into Schools in Greece. Athanasiadis, Ilias; Kourtis-Kazoullis, Vasilia // International Journal of Diversity in Organisations, Communities;Jul2009, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p29
The present article discusses the integration of immigrant and repatriate children into schools in Greece. It provides: (a) a synopsis of measures offering school-based support to immigrant children and their families and (b) the demographic context of immigrant and repatriate students according...
- TRENDS IN RETURN MIGRATION TO THE SOUTH. Long, Lariy H.; Hansen, Kristin A. // Demography;Nov1975, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p601
The rate of return migration to the South rose by nearly 19 percent between the late 1950's and the late 1960's and was an important factor in changing the South's overall migration pattern. But an increase in the rate of return migration was somewhat less important in changing Southern...
- Immigrants in demand: Staying or leaving? Dryburgh, Heather; Hamel, Jason // Canadian Social Trends;Fall2004, Issue 74, p12
Uses a longitudinal data on landed immigrants from the Canadian Longitudinal Immigration Database to determine whether they stayed or returned back to their country of origin or to other countries. Analysis of the labor market experience of landed immigrants between the time they started filing...
- ACNUR: acerca del dinero. Tennant, Vicky; Troeger, Franziska // Revista Migraciones Forzadas;jun2009, Issue 32, p70
No abstract available.
- CARE IN A CRISIS. Barton, Tynan // Employee Benefits;Apr2011, p36
The article focuses on the mode of action of employers on repatriation services caused by global disasters. A growing number of employers with staff in geographically and socially troubled countries are groping for means to find out whether expatriates are insured for repatriation costs. It...
- Gyventoj? repatriacija is Lietuvos ? Lenkijsa 1944-1947 m.: turto ir materialiniu vertybiu iï¿½sigabenimo klausimai. Stravinskiene, Vitalija // Lituanistica;Dec2008, Issue 76, p17
The author analyses the transportation problems of property and material values of Polish repatriates from Lithuania to Poland in 1944-1947. The goals of the paper are as follows: 1) to point the approach of Polish and Lithuanian repatriation coordinators to the transportation of material...
- El retorno y la readmisiÃ³n en las polÃticas migratorias estatales. Cassarino, Jean-Pierre // Revista Migraciones Forzadas;jun2009, Issue 32, p65
No abstract available.