emigration


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  • noun

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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Supper dishes washed, he cut shavings and kindling for a quick and certain breakfast fire, showed Anson a trick with foot-gear that was invaluable to any hiker, sang his "Like Argus of the Ancient Times," and told them of the great emigration across the Plains in Forty-nine.
Time was necessary to blend the numerous and affluent colonists of the lower province with their new compatriots; but the thinner and more humble population above, was almost immediately swallowed in the vortex which attended the tide of instant emigration.
Few people would live in Washington, I take it, who were not obliged to reside there; and the tides of emigration and speculation, those rapid and regardless currents, are little likely to flow at any time towards such dull and sluggish water.
Attempts have been made to pervert this clause into an objection against the Constitution, by representing it on one side as a criminal toleration of an illicit practice, and on another as calculated to prevent voluntary and beneficial emigrations from Europe to America.
ISLAMABAD -- Bureau of Emigration and Overseas Employment (BEOE) has sent over 0.
THE Glamorgan Archives will host a special event later this month to explore the history of Welsh emigration to America.
NNA - Connecting with expatriates will be done through fastening them to their country by granting them Lebanese IDs, Foreign minister Gibran Bassil vowed during a symposium over emigration to Latin America in Mexico City today.
A body called Voice against Corruption is to file a case against governor Arjuna Mahendran in Singaporean courts for violating that nation's emigration laws.
MASS emigration has left thousands of vulnerable elderly people alone and without support, a charity revealed yesterday.
Italian emigration back then was mainly associated with the flight of researchers, scientists and other highly skilled professionals attracted by the chance for better careers abroad.
Abu Dhabi: On average, roughly 100 Indian housemaids are coming to the UAE every month after getting clearance from Indian emigration authorities, a senior Indian official told Gulf News.
announced today the sale of TGM Emigration Court to The Reliant Group.
Singh said in Lok Sabha today that the Emigration Act, 1983 and the Rules framed thereunder provide for the control and regulation of recruiting agents.
Despite these numerous factors favouring a decline in emigration from Kerala, our survey shows an increase of 83,000 emigrants during 2011-14 and as much as 90 per cent of the state's 2.
He said that the National Emigration Observatory created in April 2014 will be tasked with reviewing emigration and collect data related to this issue on the national and international levels to exploit them in the elaboration of emigration policies.