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emigrate

(from some place)( to some place) to move away from a foreign land to a new land. My family emigrated from England to this country over two centuries ago. They emigrated to this country from England.
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The first group consists of articles on the failure of private emigration from the Bombay Presidency, the reasons for the differences in scale between Calcutta and Madras as ports of departure, and the entitlement of time-expired emigrants to return passages.
Rather than adding to scholarship on Jewish immigrant acculturation and immigrant transformation of extant American Jewish institutions, customs, and folkways, this book offers important insights concerning Russian Jewish immigrants to the United States through the study of the larger phenomenon of Jewish emigration from the Russian Empire between 1875 and 1924.
In this book, Michele Pistone and John Hoeffner note the "great exception" to this support: Catholic popes and bishops are often ambivalent about, and sometimes hostile to, the emigration of skilled workers from underdeveloped countries.
Brazil, to which emigration from Japan started 100 years ago and where various events are being held this year in commemoration, is the world's largest producer of coffee as well as a soccer giant.
FATHER Hudson's Society issued a statement last night to defend the emigration policy.
The Emigration Group will hold a two-day event on Saturday and Sunday, September 22 and 23, for those wishing to move to Australia and New Zealand.
The UNCTAD paper said: "The world's 50 LDCs are more affected by brain drain than are developing countries in general, where the rate of such emigration is below 8%.
Recently, the Hamas-affiliated Association of Religious Sages of Palestine publicized its ruling forbidding emigration from the lands of the Palestinian Authority.
While letters and memoirs form the core of the book--and are very useful--, the short analytical essays that comprise the rest of the chapters, the extensive annotations, and the appendices all also offer a wealth of information and insight into Irish emigration prior to 1830 and a number of important questions related to that migration.
British Emigration, 1603-1914, by Alexander Murdoch.
Summary: Orange coloured passports may be issued for individuals in the emigration check required (ECR) category
ISLAMABAD -- Bureau of Emigration and Overseas Employment (BEOE) has enhanced the life insurance of Pakistanis going abroad for employment up to Rs1 million from January 1.
This third edition, which will also be attended by leading politicians, diplomats and academics as well as personalities of finance and business, will focus on four themes: common security, common development, emigration, culture and civil society.
Postwar Emigration to South America from Japan and the Ryukyu Islands
NNA - UNRWA notes with concern that messages continue to circulate on social media alleging that UNRWA is involved in facilitating the emigration of Palestinians from Lebanon, Director of UNRWA Affairs in Lebanon, Claudio Cordone indicated in a message on Wednesday.