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Synonyms for immigration

departure from one's native land to settle in another

Synonyms for immigration

migration into a place (especially migration to a country of which you are not a native in order to settle there)

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the body of immigrants arriving during a specified interval

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Partisan views on immigration since Donald Trump became president appear to reflect the rhetoric and actions of his administration during his first year in office.
We hope to address the language barrier by teaching our immigration officers the basics of conversational Chinese,' said Grifton Medina, personnel section chief of the bureau.
Being one among the top immigration law firms in UK, Immigration Lawyers In London represents both corporate and individual clients in and across the surrounding areas of London.
A recent illegal immigration crackdown at a number of Swift & Company meat-packing plants across the country illustrates the economic point that Americans will, when paid more than a sub-subsistence wage, fill the so-called undesirable jobs that only recent immigrants will take.
They're very good at looking for current hot-button issues," said Deborah Lauter, national civil-rights director for the ADL, "and immigration is one of those issues.
Robinson, who had already alienated Republican allies like Jack Kemp with his approach to immigration, issued more commercials blasting the Democrat for voting against a border wall or a cutoff on benefits for undocumented workers.
com carries over 25,000 pages of information on immigration law and produces materials for immigrants and employers, including "Immigrant's Weekly," as well as for attorneys, including "Immigration Daily," "Immigration Monthly," books, seminars and workshops.
Meanwhile, Jackson and other prominent African American leaders in Chicago all backed a May 1 immigration march for legalization, saying that the plight of any marginalized worker should concern the black community.
Having local cops enforce immigration law is a favorite with some politicians.
Why shouldn't police--or teachers, or emergency workers, for that matter--lend overwhelmed immigration officials a hand?
How can these three "environmentalists" say they want to protect this nation's natural beauty and resources while ignoring the damage mass immigration is doing through urban sprawl, traffic congestion and overcrowding?
As migrant workers evaded these obstacles in growing numbers, walking or wading across the southern border became "the quintessential act of illegal immigration," (89) while discriminatory state legislation combined with the huge Western market for mobile agricultural workers to create "a kind of imported colonialism.
In these days of the War on Terror (or on Tyranny, depending which rationale for war the White House is using this week), immigration is discussed largely in the context of national security.
According to Victoria Neilson, the legal director for Immigration Equality (formerly known as the Lesbian and Gay Immigration Rights Task Force), forming a civil union "can make it more difficult for a foreign national because it shows a permanent tie to an American.
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