emigration

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Synonyms for emigration

Synonyms for emigration

departure from one's native land to settle in another

Synonyms for emigration

migration from a place (especially migration from your native country in order to settle in another)

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A 2007 paper by University of Auckland researcher Nicola North describes the changing patterns of nurse emmigration and imigration, highlighting the large changes in the origins, destinations and numbers of migrating nurses that New Zealand has experienced over the last decade in particular.
If Take It, Take It and As Above, So Below, 2008, another delicious bird-and-fruit pairing, belong to Orr's established method, Internal Emmigration, 2008, is of the newer school.
Early content will include the history of sport and an account of immigration and emmigration in Welsh history.
In this last volume of the trilogy, the protagonist further ruminates on the reasons for his emmigration to Canada: an abusive father, the war, and a cruel homeland are not the only reasons (and those are reasons that are not usually dealt with in Egyptian fiction
The situation in Egypt has taken a downturn in the last three months in ways that are hard to describe; prices of almost all basic food items have skyrocketed, and talks about a price hike in gas and oil and the possibility of removing subsidies are the main concern; police are barely present on the streets while a continuous flood of "fresh" torture cases blamed on police forces are piling up; a wave of attacks of veiled women on non-veiled women has mothers warning their daughters against riding the metro; unemployment has caused a new wave of emmigration etc.