undocumented

[ US /ənˈdɑkjəmɛnɪd, ənˈdɑkjəmɛntɪd/ ]
[ UK /ʌndˈɒkjuːməntɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. lacking necessary documents (as for e.g. permission to live or work in a country)
    undocumented aliens
    undocumented tax deductions
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How To Use undocumented In A Sentence

  • We have a bunch of Wackadoo doos, who cannot accept that this Black man is the President of the United States and who are going around claiming that he is an undocumented alien and basically suggesting that he arrived at the presidency unlegimately. Police group: Obama should apologize
  • The large percentage of undocumented recent immigrants have little access to decently paying jobs.
  • In New York, over 90% of restaurant workers are unorganized, and 67% are immigrants, many of them undocumented.
  • Many of these workers are undocumented immigrants who have little recourse to legal action if they are injured on the job.
  • The piece concludes with a passage from the Georgian hymn Upalo Ghmerto - lovely but also undocumented - and clanging bells.
  • I wonder how the investigation into undocumented and disappeared funds is going?
  • Agents zeroed in on industries such as meatpacking that had come to depend on the undocumented work force. KansasCity.com: Front Page
  • It is uncertain how many undocumented teachers there are in the city.
  • The first step would be to make the undocumented workers already here legal.
  • Undocumented refugees are very vulnerable to harassment and extortion by the police, threatening arbitrary arrest or refoulement.
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