Both. An Immigrant is one who migrates to another country; They would be a Japanese immigrant
An American born Japanese is called "Nikei America-jin" However, this question could also be referring to generations: Issei = First Generation Japanese, one who has immigrated to another country Nisei = Second Generation Japanese, the child of a Japanese immigrant Sansei= Third Generation Japanese, the grandchild of a Japanese immigrant Yonsei= Fourth Generation Japanese, the great-grandchild of a Japanese immigrant
Brazil, with a population of 1.5 million immigrant Japanese
An immigrant can get another sponsor if the sponsor if the immigrant is on H1B. But the new sponsor need to file a new H1B for the immigrant.
No. He is Chinese.
ANSWER: An immigrant
an immigrant is someone that comes from another country
A Japanese immigrant, especially one to the United States.
Senshi = Sailor (Japanese)
Another name, but exactly the same modality, is Shiatsu.
Immigrant possessions would be whatever an immigrant - a person moving from one country to another to stay - is bringing with them.
An immigrant is a person who comes from one country into another. An emmigrant leaves one country for another.
Kutani, Imari, or Arita.
Immigrant is a person going Into a country, Emigrant is a person Exiting his or her previous country. So for example, if I moved from the US to Japan, I would be a US emigrant, but a Japanese immigrant
Immigrant1. An immigrant is a person who migrates from another country, usually for permanent residence.2. An organism found in a new habitat