nonresident nonresident  /nɑn ˈrɛ zə dənt/


  1. (n) someone who does not live in a particular place
  2. (adj) not living in a particular place or owned by permanent residents



  1. The number of nonresident workers in Macau sank by nearly 15,000 between October and February.
  2. It's one of a few high-end resorts on the island that, for the first time, allow nonresident foreigners to buy property.
  3. Banks must hold special reserves equal to 10% of a nonresident's deposits.


  1. Following Trend, Cincinnati Law Lowers Tuition for Some

    A second Ohio law school is significantly lowering its out-of-state tuition in hopes of attracting students. Trustees at the University of Cincinnati on June 25 approved cutting nonresident tuition at its College of Law by 30 percent, bringing it closer to the price Ohio residents pay.
    on June 27, 2013     Source:

  2. Hunter applications increased in 2013

    Resident elk and resident and nonresident deer and antelope license applications were up by several thousand from 2012, according to a Wyoming Game and Fish news release.
    on June 27, 2013     Source: Casper Star-Tribune

  3. 10 Public Schools With the Cheapest Out-of-State Tuition

    Nonresident tuition and fees at these 10 schools is less than in-state tuition at many public schools.
    on June 25, 2013     Source: US News & World Report


  1. "The courts of the United States have traditionally been open to nonresident aliens," Stevens wrote in Rasul V. Bush.
    on Apr 2, 2007 By: John Paul Stevens Source: Forbes

  2. Mr Leigh concluded: "The reform of the Child Support Agency has been one of the greatest public administration disasters of recent times. More than one in three nonresident parents fail to pay money they owe."
    on Jul 4, 2007 By: Edward Leigh Source: Times Online

  3. Buyer said he did not understand "how more than $100 million for noncitizen, nonresident Filipino veterans of World War II will help stimulate the US economy. I hope Americans will stop to ponder the distorted values of those who crafted this bill."
    on Feb 16, 2009 By: Steve Buyer Source:

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