Inpatriate | Meaning and Definition

What is an inpatriate?

It refers to the employee who is ordered to transfer to the headquarters of the home country from a foreign subsidiary of a multinational company. The work with which the employee is provided is often long-term. They work outside their country of origin. He/she is transferred to the country which has the headquarters of the corporation he/she works in from its foreign subsidiary, which is also his/her origin country.

Example of Inpatriate

A citizen from India who is permanently or temporarily staying and performing his work in a different country, suppose US.

Benefits of Inpatriate

Many of the inpatriates are with benefits in several nations available under the coverage, which includes:

  •   Security and travel assistant services,
  •   Political and natural disaster evacuation,
  •   Medical, dental, and emergency treatment benefits.
Get 20% off
HR & Payroll Software