emigrate


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Synonyms for emigrate

move abroad

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Synonyms for emigrate

to leave one's native land and settle in another

Antonyms for emigrate

leave one's country of residence for a new one

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In a statement, the Consulate General of India said the system available on emigrate.
The eMigrate system affords employers the opportunity to specify their demand for Indian workers and seek a permit to recruit directly, or to select recruiting agents to recruit on their behalf.
The Indian government has also banned collection of recruitment fees for overseas nursing recruits and mandates that employers register in the eMigrate system.
For nurses, the filled-in registration application will be vetted by the Indian mission, after which the foreign employers can raise the demand for Indian nurses on the eMigrate system with terms and conditions of their employment.
I'd been planning to emigrate to make a better life for myself - now I don't need to.
MC), about a million Britons are ready to emigrate in order to purchase property.
Austrians and Germans are most likely to emigrate for love, with 38% and 29% respectively, citing the draw of a partner in a different country compared with only 12% of respondents globally.
London, Dec 1 ( ANI ): France has topped the poll of the best place to emigrate.
Or more precisely, everyone who can emigrate does, from Egypt, Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, and the Arab Maghreb.
The UK is the third most popular destination for people wishing to emigrate - the first of which is Canada, followed by Australia.
The first Chinese citizens to emigrate en masse left at the end of the 1970s, when China first rolled out its economic reforms, according to Wang.
He said another ambitious project discussed during the HoMs meeting was the eMigrate project, which will help put in place a databank on Indians emigrating.
The idea behind the eMigrate project is to cater to a comprehensive set of features and do away with the need for any human interface.
This is what 22-year-old Ahmed Wafdi, a Fine Arts student struggling to emigrate to Canada, believes.