relocatee

relocatee

(ˌriːləkeɪˈtiː)
n
someone who is relocated or moved to a new location
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following personal losses), and the developmental stage of the relocatee.
Out of 23 qualified, solid relocatee prospects, 14 visited central Oregon.
No upfront or other retuning costs will be required of any public safety or private wireless relocatee.
We thought (the house) would be like the blue model house we were shown, with pipelines ready for the water (supply), said Rosie Quilantang, 51, a relocatee at the Makati Homeville in Barangay Dayap here.
With the CreditStacks' revolutionary behavioral risk models, relocatees are seen for who they really are: creditworthy professionals that can now get the card they deserve and start their American life the way they should.
This translates to the commitment of the national government to provide ease to the relocatees,' she said.
In an effort to assist the thousands of relocatees, LTFRB said there is a clear and urgent necessity to open new missionary routes in this area in order to establish an efficient, reliable, and safe mass transport service for the needs of residents of Tacloban North resettlement site.
To provide context, we carried out 91 interviews (99 individuals) with people who had experienced relocation, with family members of relocatees if the individual had died or was unable to be interviewed (cognitive impairment, critical health issue), and with nine First Nations' community-based and fifteen provincial healthcare providers (see Table 1).
Public Housing Transformation and Crime: Are Relocatees More Likely to be Offenders or Victims?
The initial batch of relocatees is part of the 2,000 families qualified under the in-province relocation initiative through the provincial government's community mortage program in cooperation with the National Housing Authority (NHA).
291) The returning relocatees also introduced the Navajo people to a modern staple of Indian country: the "Indian car" (292) and the repo man that came with it.
Several relocatees had attended the Phoenix Indian School as children and knew the city well.