Hi Rad, I have belatedly followed your thread on clandestine entrant . I have checked the portal of the Czech Immigration/Foreign Police and some otherMessage 1 of 16 , Jan 4, 2007View SourceHi Rad,
I have belatedly followed your thread on "clandestine entrant".
I have checked the portal of the Czech Immigration/Foreign Police and some other sources but I could not find anything good which would precisely convey the meaning.
There is the general "osoba nezakonne pobyvajici na uzemi CR"; there is the term "nezakonna migrace".
I agree that the Czech language would deserve the coining of a more precise equivalent.
What did you eventaully use?
grabanrad <grabanrad@...> wrote:
Thanks for your contribution! Spotless as your comment is, I was looking
for a noun. I don't think that lenghty explanation was/is appropriate
in police/immigration report.
You are 100% right, though.
I don't think we have the "right" term for "clandestine entrant" (even
though we should) just yet; neither in Czech or Slovak.
Using "ilegalny imigranec" ( the only official/suitable term at the
moment) worked just fine in my case, but I'm not happy with it.
--- In Czechlist@yahoogroups.com, Lists <lists@...> wrote:
> by looking at Czech law I found "neopravneny vstup na uzemi ..", for
> "Cizinec, kterÃ½ neoprÃ¡vnÄnÄ vstoupÃ na
ÃºzemÃ ÄeskoslovenskÃ© republiky, bude
> potrestÃ¡n "
> Perhaps "clandestine entrant" does not have a simple two-word
> Roman Dergam
> Dne Ätvrtek 21 prosinec 2006 11:52 grabanrad napsal(a):
> > Hi all,
> > Could anybody help with Czech term for "Clandestine entrant"? The
> > original text is about trafficking people (e.g. at the back of the
> > lorry), but I'm not 100% sure about using "ilegalny emigrant".
> > Many thanks for all suggestions.
> > Rad
> > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
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