An alien is someone who comes to America not planning on staying there (ex. living there). But an immigrant is someone who comes to America planning on, or in the process of staying there (ex. living there).AnswerLegal Classifications
Immigrants and Aliens. The legal terminologies are important to know. An alien is a person who was not born in the United States and comes into the country from outside. (Do not confuse this use of the term "alien" with its frequent use in Science Fiction to refer to people from outer space.)
After the alien enters the United States legally with the intent to stay in the country, he or she becomes an immigrant.
Aliens admitted legally into the country for temporary periods of time such as tourists or students are called nonimmigrant aliens. The term legal aliens refers to both these types of aliens.
An alien whose temporary visa has expired and who remains in the country or a person who entered the country illegally is called an undocumented alien.AnswerWhen someone is new to a country they are called an alien. But when they become a citizen of that country of which they are now in, the are known as an immigrant.
An alien comes from outer space from a planet such as Pandora or perhaps the Death Star. Species include an Avatar, lil green man, or Ewok. An immigrant is a person who comes to America to paint nails or cook Mexican food/ mow your yard.
An immigrant comes to your country, a migrant leaves it.
A citizen is either born to the country or immigrated and became a naturalized citizen, an alien is someone who is either an illegal immigrant or a visitor whose visa or pssport expired ,then never went back to their own country.
An immigrant is a person. "Immigrant" describes one who moved into a country, as compared to "emigrant" which is the person who left.
An illegal immigrant
An illegal immigrant.
An emigrant is a person who leaves his/her country. An immigrant is a person who arrives and lives in another country
Alien or Immigrant.
To send an alien or immigrant back to the persons original country is to deport. This is usually a matter only handled by the government.
immigrant is a person who gets in your country as a foreigner and emmigrant is a person of your country who decides to go abroad
Synonyms for Immigrant: 1. Foreigner 2. Expatriate 3. Alien 4. Nonnative
An alien can be from any planet in the universe. A Martian is an alien that comes from Mars. All Martians are aliens but the opposite is NOT true.
There is not much difference and there is a LOT of difference! A visa number is assigned to a person entering the USA. It later can become his/her Resident Alien number if alien status is granted. An alien number (usually from your visa number) is assigned to you when you have been granted legal Resident Alien status.
lilo is a human and stitch is an alien
"Alien"In United States Immigration terms, an alien is someone with foreign sovereignty; someone from a foreign country. As long as that person is a citizen of another country, they are considered an alien; it could be someone visiting the US intending to return home, or someone who has been in the United States for some time earning residency credit toward citizenship but who is not yet a US citizen.Example: Lawrence was born and raised in Canada. As long as he is a citizen of Canada or any other country not the United States, he is an alien."Immigrant"The United States has a specific definition of this term, while socially and conversationally it is usually used too broadly. An immigrant is an alien who intends to immigrate to America to eventually become a citizen. Their intention must be approved by the US before that person is formally recognized by our government as an Immigrant.Example: Lawrence falls in love with a United States citizen and wants to live in the US permanently with his wife. He will apply for an Immigrant visa.
A permanent alien can stay in a country, but not have resident status and certain privleges.
There is no difference between immigrant and migrant but between immigrant (migrant) and emigrant. If a person has made the decision to leave his or her home country the person is on the one hand an immigrant and on the other hand an emigrant. If the person settles down in an other country, the people of the other country will say the person is an immigrant. But, the people of the home country of the person who has left will say the person is an emigrant. So, to sum up, if a person comes into a foreign country the person is an immigrant and if a person leaves his or her home country the person is an emigrant. come into = immigrant leaves = emigrant
A lawful immigrant who has become a naturalized American Citizen can become a police officer, but not an immigrant/alien who has not become a US citizen.
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
=An immigrant is NOT an alien.==The immigrant would still be legal because they were married to a US citizen.=
strange, alien, exotic, remote, imported, immigrant
illegal immigrant or alien
Issei is first generation immigrant and nisei is second generation.