of not belonging, or not being a citizen, the connotation of temporary status asso - ciated with being an outsider or Ausländer. Americans, I hypothesise, don’t have this category, because they expect anyone who lives in this country to ‘belong’ here, tobe an insider, irrespective of whether they are actually citizens or (legal or illegal) aliens. In fact, the word ‘alien’, a legal term that would correspond to Ausländer, seems to be hardly used in everyday parlance to refer to someone living in the US.
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