• WordNet 3.6
    • n noncitizen a person who comes from a foreign country; someone who does not owe allegiance to your country
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In news:

3 Council Bluffs Noncitizens Charged with Voter Fraud.
Fears, mostly on the right, that noncitizens might be voting, manifested in voter identification bills here and across the nation.
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano on May 5 on National Public Radio expressed openness to rekindling the ability to reject noncitizens on account of their holding extremist ideologies.
Noncitizen voters ID'd fraction of those first alleged by Gessler.
Covering the search for noncitizen voters.
Noncitizen voters ID'd fraction of those first alleged by Gessler.
Program eligibility restrictions and economic conditions restrain health care access for noncitizens, a new study says.
Covering the search for noncitizen voters.
Florida, Colorado Voter Purges Net Few Noncitizens, So Far.
I was more than impressed with the column of Review-Journal columnist, Glenn Cook, last Sunday, November 4, about noncitizens registered to vote.
Official-looking but bogus letters telling mostly Republican voters that their citizenship is in question are turning up in Florida, where GOP officials have led efforts to purge noncitizens from registration rolls.
New Mexico's wasteful investigation of 64,000 "suspicious" voter registrations found only 19 cases of voters who may have been noncitizens.
Florida was granted access to a federal database of noncitizen residents following months of argument surrounding the Republican-backed proposal, Gov Rick Scott announced on his website, Saturday, July 14.
Colorado finds 300 more suspected noncitizens on voter rolls.