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Does living overseas make one an expat or an immigrant

Foreigners whoâ??ve chosen to live, retire or work overseas usually refer to themselves as expats, but should they be classified as immigrants? The word â??expatâ?? is most often seen in reference to nationals of particular countries working in other countries, but few of the wide range of individuals who live outside their home countries... Expats Blog -
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