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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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Wolfsdorf, Founding Partner of Wolfsdorf Immigration Law Group, has been named Corporate Immigration Lawyer of the Year for 2013 by Who's Who Legal for the fourth consecutive year
Within suspect communities, the profiling and policing done in the name of antiterrorism or immigration enforcement leads to remarkably similar results as the policing and imprisonment that African-American communities have faced under the war on drugs.
In the current poll, close to half of whites (48%) and blacks (46%) say immigration should be decreased -- much higher than the 30% of Hispanics who take this position.
This enormous megaphone of unchallenged opinion has partially succeeded in convincing Americans that without continued access to millions of foreign workers, America's economy will wither on the vine, and that the best way to stop illegal immigration is to pass guest-worker legislation.
It's just that the state of immigration has got people thumping mad these days.
In the tumultuous political year of 2006, Robinson, a former city councilman from Winston-Salem, North Carolina, became one of the country's most notorious voices for a crackdown on illegal immigration.
ILW said the new journal carries "thought-provoking" articles and reviews on immigration, immigration system reform and the latest developments in PERM.
The Board has three divisions: the Refugee Protection Division, the Immigration Appeal Division and the Immigration Division.
In 2002, 37 women arrested by local cops were found to have broken immigration laws.
But while many illegal workers feel targeted by traffic cops, it is significant what the police refuse to do: turn them in to federal immigration authorities.
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