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  • n  a person who comes from a foreign country; someone who does not owe allegiance to your country

  • But the noncitizen figure plummeted over the following seven elections.
  • And those same agents have plenty of other duties--finding noncitizen criminals, investigating employers who exploit illegals, helping fight the drug war--that stretch manpower .
  • And noncitizen residents and refugees saw their scores rise an impressive 13 points.

  • John Paul Stevens in Washington Post
    The severity of deportation - the equivalent of banishment or exile - only underscores how critical it is for counsel to inform her noncitizen client that he faces a risk of deportation,said Justice John Paul Stevens, who wrote the opinion...
  • Lindsey Graham in Philadelphia Inquirer
    Allowing a noncitizen enemy combatant detained in a combat zone access to American courts would have been a change of historic proportions,Graham said. "It also would have dealt a severe blow to our war effort."
  • Steve Buyer in
    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."

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