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non-resident

adjective
 
 
/ˌnɒnˈrezɪdənt/
TAX not living permanently in a country, and in a special position in relation to the payment of tax: You must be non-resident for five tax years to escape UK capital gains tax.
not staying at or living in a place: There are over 20 million non-resident Indians living in different regions of the world. non-resident owners of vacation properties
Translations of “non-resident”
in Spanish no residente…
in French non résidant…
in German auswärtig…
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