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Loss of status of resident 6A. Loss of status of permanent resident 7. (...) [Amended 26/12 (cio1/3/13).] (b) A non-citizen referred to in subsection (1)(aa) may, on investing the amount referred to in that subsection and on application made under this section, be granted the status of permanent resident. (...) [S. 5 amended by s. 11 of Act 26 0f 2012 w.e.f. 22 December 2012.] (5A) Any retired non-citizen referred to in subsection (1) (a) who is the holder of a residence permit may, at the expiry of a period of 3 years of his residence permit, upon satisfying continuously the criteria specified in Part I of the Schedule to the Investment Promotion Act and on application made under this section, be granted the status of permanent resident. (5AA) Any non-citizen who has been employed to work in Mauritius during at least 3 consecutive years immediately preceding his application under this section— (a) drawing a basic monthly salary of at least 150,000 rupees during those years by virtue of that employment; and (b) holding— (i) a valid work permit issued under the Non-Citizens (Employment Restriction) Act; or (ii) an occupation permit, may, on application made under this section, be granted the status of permanent resident. (5B) A permanent residence permit granted under subsection (5), (5A) or (5AA) shall, subject to section 6A, be valid for a period of 10 years as from the expiry date of his occupation permit or residence permit, as the case may be. (6) The spouse and dependants of a person to whom subsection (5), (5A) or (5AA) applies may, on application under this section, also be granted the status of permanent resident.
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Score: 1471581.25 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...auritius-submission-annex1.pdf
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Non-US citizen partners of US citizens and permanent residents are not eligible for G-4 visa as it is a derivative visa status (i.e. linked to the visa status of the person who is offered employment with UNICEF). •  Can my non-US citizen dependents apply for dependent employment authorization (i.e. work permit)? (...) This type of employment authorization is only available for eligible G-4 dependents. b. Non-US National or Permanent Resident: All UNICEF NYHQ based personnel who are not US Citizens, not Permanent Residents, have approved Asylum or Refugee or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA) status, as well as travelers from “US visa waiver/ESTA” countries, must be in G-4 visa status to be eligible for UNICEF employment. (...) All immediate family members, spouses and dependent children of non-US citizen  who reside with the staff member  must also be in G-4 visa status
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Score: 1454247.4 - https://www.unicef.org/careers...ef-applicants-and-personnel-us
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Examples: a) U.S. citizen /resident alien 10 b) Non-resident alien, G-4 visa 10 c) U.S. citizen/resident alien and non-resident alien, G-4 visa 11 III. (...) Phone AFICS(NY)for further information at 212-963-2943 or enquire at the AFICS(NY) office, DC1-0580. II - Non-Resident Alien or Resident Alien 4. Problems frequently arise in determining the status of a G-4 visa holder who retires in the United States and remains there after retirement, usually seeking a Permanent Resident Visa. (...) Citizen or resident alien for whole career b) Non-resident alien, G-4 or exempt status for whole career c) Part of career as non-resident alien and part as U.S. citizen or resident alien Your actual contribution to the UN Pension Fund during your career including contributions for periods of leave without pay.
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Score: 1450820.1 - https://www.un.org/other/afics..._by_r_l_smith_rev_jan_2004.pdf
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Is access conditioned in law by migration or residence status? > Do public policies bar health services from levying fees that are determined by migration or residence status? (...) Nonetheless, many undocumented migrants have held a visa or residence permit, claimed asylum, or tried to regularise their status. (...) It therefore includes residence status (migrant with a regular or irregular status, or citizen), attached conditions, and length of residence. 10 For example, the European Union uses several data systems to manage migration and asylum.
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Score: 1402176.6 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...icatorsforMigrantsFamilies.pdf
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Ending Discrimination against Non-Citizens CRARR wishes to bring to the attention of the Special Rapporteur three specific areas in which discrimination based on citizenship status is still practiced in the Province of Quebec: 1. (...) Based on immigration data, CRARR estimates that each year, between 200,000 and 250,000 permanent residents in Quebec are legally barred from employment in Quebec unions and non-profits incorporated under the PSA, with most of these permanent residents being racialized persons. (...) Furthermore, provincial electoral districts are drawn on the basis of the number of voters, instead of residents (ss. 14 - 16), which effectively leaves out non-citizens and other non- voters such as children and youths under 18.
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Score: 1397385.3 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...nRaceRelations_%28CRARR%29.pdf
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Where the purchaser is another non-resident, it may be possible to use indirect methods of identifying the purchaser, such as confirming non-residence status when the sale transaction is subject to domestic registration, reporting or transfer tax requirements, as would typically be the case with respect to real property transactions. (...) A secondary issue is whether the agent or representative of a non-resident should be able to determine the treaty residence status of the non-resident and therefore to withhold at the lower, applicable treaty rate. (...) The administrative provisions discussed in this paper should not be considered non-discriminatory for two reasons. In the first place, they would be imposed on the basis of residence, not on status as a “national”.
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Score: 1380076.9 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-.../20130530_Paper4A_Campbell.pdf
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In accordance the Law “On the Legal Status of Foreigners”, refugees in the Republic of Kazakhstan receive the status of temporarily residing foreigners. (...) The 1951 Convention distinguishes between wage-earning employment, self-employment and engagement in liberal professions, and prescribes a level of treatment for refugees that is relative, i.e. depending on their legal status in the country, and connected to treatment that is provided to others, namely to non-nationals generally, most favourably treated non-nationals or nationals. (...) Amending the Law on the Legal Status of Foreigners and the Law on Refugees, to equate refugee status with the status of a permanent resident from the moment of recognition as a refugee, thereby according refugees the same rights as permanent residents, in addition to the rights enshrined in the 1951 Refugee Convention.
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Score: 1375089.55 - https://www.unhcr.org/centrala...actice-%E2%80%93-2021_EN-1.pdf
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Overview of the Basic Patterns for Taxing Income from Services under Domestic Law — Income from services distinguished from other income — Taxation of income earned by residents from foreign services — Taxation of non-residents earning income from services o Income from services performed in the country Threshold requirements Withholding on payments to non-residents for services o Income from services outside the country Withholding tax on payments to non-residents for services 11:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. (...) Risks of Base Erosion with respect to Income from Services and Possible Countermeasures — Factors in identifying and assessing risks — Employment income of non-residents o Non-resident employees of non-resident employers o Determination of employment or independent contractor status o International hiring out of labour o Directors and top-level managers o Government service o Pensions — Entertainers and athletes — Independent personal services — Other business services o Related-party services o Construction o Insurance 4:00 - 4:30 p.m. (...) Designing and Drafting Domestic Legislation to Prevent Base Erosion with respect to Income from Services — Residents earning income from foreign services — Taxation of non-residents on income from services on a net basis o Business income and non-residents with a substantial presence in a country — Taxation of non-residents on a gross basis o Designing withholding taxes on payments for services: rate, payments covered, persons required to withhold etc.
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Score: 1362341.5 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...ative-Programme_Nairobi-en.pdf
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By contrast, in non- automatic modes an act of the individual or a State authority is required before the change in nationality status takes place. (...) The stateless person definition encompasses nationality that may have been acquired or withdrawn through non-automatic as well as automatic mechanisms. 19 It follows from the above that the views of a State body that is not competent to pronounce on nationality status are irrelevant. (...) Identifying the competent authority where a non-automatic mode of changing nationality status is involved can be relatively straightforward.
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Score: 1362295.8 - https://www.unhcr.org/dach/wp-...ction-of-Stateless-Persons.pdf
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.  Pay particular attention to intersecting forms of discrimination, for example, by revising nationality laws to ensure the removal of provisions that discriminate on the basis of race and gender, disability status, sexuality or other categories.  Adopt legislative and other measures to guarantee the principles of non-discrimination and equality before the law for everyone under their jurisdiction. (...) To this end, establish simplified, clear, affordable and accessible civil registration procedures in cooperation with relevant community stakeholders.  Provide free legal aid to individuals who lack documentation or need assistance to determine/acquire their nationality.  Register all children born in their territory and issue birth certificates immediately after birth, without discrimination of any kind and irrespective of the child’s legal status, the legal status of the parents or their ability to present residence registration papers.  Grant nationality to children born in their territory who would otherwise be stateless, regardless of their parents’ immigration status. (...) Ensure that decisions relating to nationality, citizenship and expulsions are subject to effective administrative or judicial review and take into account international legal obligations.  Ensure access to effective legal remedies to individuals who have been denied access to adequate documentation as well as to individuals who have been denied or deprived of their citizenship.  Grant access to adequate reparations for persons whose human rights have been violated as a result of their documentation or citizenship status.  Investigate public officials who have engaged in discriminatory behaviour with regards to the issuance of documentation/the granting of citizenship status and ensure that disciplinary action is taken where appropriate.  Provide human rights and non-discrimination training to all civil servants, including those involved in issues relating to nationality, citizenship and immigration.
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Score: 1359183.4 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...endationsReportA_HRC_38_52.pdf
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