Whether you're human or supernatural, if you have inhabited the island for about five years - and with intention on staying and not simply passing through, you're considered an Islander. The islanders have a special culture surrounding themselves. They know the in and outs of Wulfschild very well and they spread the folklore of the island through story and art (literature/artwork/music). Essentially the islander is an inhabitant of the island, whether they live in one of the cities, towns, village, hamlet or none of the above. If you are a werewolf in your own small pack separate from the wulfschild pack or if you're a lone werewolf who lives as a wolf on the island, you would qualify as an islander.
the wulfschild pack members are essentially islanders, even if a few of their members are foreign, and initially visited the island. all werewolves originated from wulfschild and all future and present generations have a pull towards the island. the wulfschild pack is the largest werewolf pack in the world. there are branches/packs scattered about the world but those eventually die out or break apart. the pack however remains and they mostly stay true to old custom. Pack members can live about in one of the cities/towns/etc or live away from settlements, or even live as wolves, but their place is always with the pack and they often socialize with one another - more so if they're separated from general human society. whether human-born or wolf-born, all werewolves have a place in the pack .
there are plenty of reasons to come to wulfschild: education, archeology, art, etcetera. whatever your reason is, if you've come to the island recently either to check out the new surroundings or come for a specific purpose (ie, school or a project for work), you would fall under visitante. if you're a newcomer to the island and plan on staying, it usually takes about 5 years for people to really consider you an islander. the island is used to tourists, in fact that's what many of the cities and towns depend on, but culturally speaking... they would still consider you an outsider.
the membergroup nazi encompasses several things: nazi germany soldier, officer, politician, scientist, etc. anyone who is from nazi germany and is working for the government or representing the government in any way would go under this group; for example, nurses, archeologists, propaganda film makers, etc. we don't want to put much emphasis on military rank unless it's absolutely neccessary, so soldier and officer would be our default titles. you will however find a hierarchy for the actual nazi military ranking for reference sake.