returnee

re·turn·ee

 (rĭ-tûr′nē′)
n.
1. One who returns, as from a journey or to school after a long absence.
2. A person returning from military duty overseas. See Usage Note at -ee1.

returnee

(rɪˈtɜːˌniː)
n
(Military) chiefly US and Canadian a person who returns to his native country, esp after war service

re•turn•ee

(rɪ tɜrˈni, -ˈtɜr ni)

n.
a person who has returned, as from a long absence or from overseas military duty.
[1940–45, Amer.]
Translations

returnee

[rɪtɜːˈniː] Nretornado/a m/f

returnee

n (Pol) → Rückkehrer(in) m(f)
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The reintegration of a large number of returnee migrants from different countries has added to problem of the government to rehabilitate them in productive sectors.
The Saturday Nation found him at the Marereni chief's office together with his nephew, Kelvin Baraka, 23, also an Al-Shabaab returnee, where they narrated their ordeal in the hands of the terror group at Ras Kamboni, and how they managed to escape after a month in captivity.
A pilot targeting 2,000 Sudanese returnee families will run for a year, beginning in July 2019, and could pavetheway for access by all migrant returnees.
It can make us feel unwelcome in our families and communities, remarked Muhammed, a returnee from Libya.
NMB Bank has signed a tripartite agreement with National Youth Council and Returnee Migrant Nepal with the objective to promote youth entrepreneurship and to provide subsidized loan to returnee migrants in predominant sectors - agriculture, tourism, forestry, medicinal herbs, minerals, hydro and science and technology.
MARAWI CITY - At least one hundred thirty-five former Maute-Islamic State (IS) terrorist group members were formally integrated into the government's returnee integrated program in a ceremony held at the Social Hall, New Capitol complex here Tuesday.
"We need to see what we can do to make return sustainable and to remove all forms of discrimination that exist against returnee population, in sense of education, use of mother tongue, employment and especially economic sustainable return," said DA3/4aferovic.
ISLAMABAD -- Overseas Pakistanis Foundation Wednesday informed that it would facilitate the returnee migrants for technical and economical complications being faced by them on their return to home after compilation of their data under its recently launched pilot project of Facilitation and Reintegration Center (FRC) for returnees.
In comparison, the Returnee Integration Support Center has received some 550 returnees over the past 15 years.
In commemoration of International Migrants week, Overseas Pakistanis Foundation organized a seminar to highlight the issue of 'Reintegration of Returnee Migrants Challenges and Issues'.
The reintegration centre will facilitate them with adjusting in the country and will help them find jobs in other countries as well,' he told a seminar titled 'Reintegration of Returnee Migrants: Issues and Challenges' hosted by the Overseas Pakistanis Foundation (OPF) in collaboration with the International Labour Organisation.
Taking the narrative approach, this paper highlights the gender aspects of educational return migration of highly educated returnee women in Nepal with social remittance as an analytical tool.