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The statistics on emigration include all residents departing who intend to stay abroad for at least one year. (...) Data on emigration refer to persons intending to move their permanent residence abroad. (...) Data on immigration include all persons arriving from abroad who intend to reside in the country for at least three months.
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Score: 1311379.5 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...pdf/migration/migflows-doc.pdf
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The statistics on emigration include all residents departing who intend to stay abroad for at least one year. (...) Data on emigration refer to persons intending to move their permanent residence abroad. (...) Immigration data refer to citizens and foreigners holding a 7 residence permit who register their place of residence in Kyrgyzstan and intend to stay for six months or more.
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Score: 1307659.2 - https://www.un.org/en/developm.../migflows2015documentation.pdf
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Except as otherwise provided in this Article, a resident of a Contracting State shall not be entitled to the benefits of this Convention otherwise accorded to residents of a Contracting State unless such resident is a “qualified person” as defined in paragraph 2. 2. (...) Assume, for instance, that such a public company is a bank that enters into a conduit financing arrangement intended to provide indirectly to a resident of a third State the benefit of lower source taxation under a tax treaty. (...) Example B: SCo, a company resident of State S, is the subsidiary of TCo, a company resident of State T.
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Score: 1196110.2 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...iscussion-draft-march-2014.pdf
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The amendment required by Article 14 of the Convention (Liberty and security of person), concerning the use of coercion in mentally disabled persons in special care, is intended to be accomplished by legislation on the grounds for restrictions of basic rights and liberties that is to be renewed. Moreover, Article 18 (Liberty of movement and nationality) and Article 19 (Living independently and being included in the community) require that (1) the restriction on choosing one's municipality of residence laid down in Section 3 of the Municipality of Residence Act be eliminated by dividing the relevant costs between municipalities; and (2) Section 13 of the Social Welfare Act be amended so that social services may be provided not only to the residents of a municipality but also to persons moving there. The development of the system concerning division of costs between municipalities, connected to the reform of the Municipality of Residence Act, is intended to be realised by the state subsidy system to be renewed in 2010.
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Score: 1189161.4 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...lMechanisms/states/finland.doc
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The amendment required by Article 14 of the Convention (Liberty and security of person), concerning the use of coercion in mentally disabled persons in special care, is intended to be accomplished by legislation on the grounds for restrictions of basic rights and liberties that is to be renewed. Moreover, Article 18 (Liberty of movement and nationality) and Article 19 (Living independently and being included in the community) require that (1) the restriction on choosing one's municipality of residence laid down in Section 3 of the Municipality of Residence Act be eliminated by dividing the relevant costs between municipalities; and (2) Section 13 of the Social Welfare Act be amended so that social services may be provided not only to the residents of a municipality but also to persons moving there. The development of the system concerning division of costs between municipalities, connected to the reform of the Municipality of Residence Act, is intended to be realised by the state subsidy system to be renewed in 2010.
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Score: 1189161.4 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...atesinputs/FINLAND16092008.doc
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Nonimmigrant persons are admitted with the understanding that they do not intend to establish permanent residence. Persons requesting permanent residence are intending to stay in the United States as immigrants. (...) While outside GATS Mode 4, permanent residents and intending immigrants are an important area of national immigration law. (...) Aliens often make requests for permanent residence after they have already been admitted into the United States on a temporary basis.
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Score: 1156053.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...erv_e/symp_apr_02_dobson_e.doc
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The immediate direct recipient of the income in this situation qualifies as a resident but no potential double taxation arises as a consequence of that status since the recipient is not treated as the owner of the income for tax purposes in the State of residence. (...) The immediate direct recipient of the income in this situation qualifies as a resident but no potential double taxation arises as a consequence of that status since the recipient is not treated as the owner of the income for tax purposes in the State of residence. (...) The immediate direct recipient of the income in this situation qualifies as a resident but no potential double taxation arises as a consequence of that status since the recipient is not treated as the owner of the income for tax purposes in the State of residence.
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Score: 1141625.9 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...ntion_beneficial-ownership.pdf
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.-(1) An alien who holds no residence permit and has not been issued with a registration certificate or residence card under section 6 in Denmark, and a national of a Nordic country who has no permanent address in Denmark may be refused entry on arrival from a country which has not acceded to the Schengen Convention in the following cases: 1) If the alien has been banned from entering and has no visa issued under section 4 or 4a read with section 3a, the first sentence; 2) If the alien does not meet the requirements as to travel documents, visa and entry prescribed by the provisions of Part 7; 3) If, based on the information available about the alien’s conditions there is reason to assume that the alien intends to stay or work in Denmark without the requisite permit. (...) Part 5b Dismissal of certain applications for a residence permit under section 7 29b. An application for a residence permit under section 7 may be dismissed if the alien has already obtained protection in a country as described in section 29a(1). 48a.-(1) If an alien claims to be covered by section 7, the Immigration Service must make a decision as soon as possible on refusal of entry or transfer under the rules of Part 5a or Part 5b or on refusal of entry under section 28(1) para. 1), 2), 6) or 7) or section 28(2) or (3) read with subsection (1) para. 1), 2), 6) or 7), or on expulsion under section 25 para. 2) or section 25b and, if relevant, on return of the alien. The same provision applies to aliens who are in Denmark without a residence permit and have applied for asylum in another Member State without having obtained international protection.
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Score: 1141063.9 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...tion/pushback/DenmarkAnnex.pdf
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G Foreigners who intend to transit through China. J1 Resident foreign journalists of foreign news organizations stationed in China. (...) Q1 Foreigners who are family members* of Chinese citizens or of foreigners with Chinese permanent residence and intend to go to China for family reunion, or to those who intend to go to China for the purpose of foster care. (...) Q2 Foreigners who intend to visit their relatives who are Chinese citizens residing in China or foreigners with permanent residence in China.
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Score: 1138424.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/a...ents/Practical_Information.pdf
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The statistics on emigration include all residents departing who intend to stay abroad for at least one year. (...) Data on emigration refer to persons intending to move their permanent residence abroad. (...) Immigration data refer to citizens and foreigners holding a 7 residence permit who register their place of residence in Kyrgyzstan and intend to stay for six months or more.
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Score: 1109975.2 - https://www.un.org/development...gration_flow_documentation.pdf
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