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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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He said that main objectives and functions of the BEOE to control and regulate emigration, to look after the interests and welfare of such emigrants.
It tells the familiar story of Welsh emigration to America in a new way, combining text, music, video and interactive graphics.
With 170 people moving abroad every day, charity ALONE warned the worst effect of emigration on the elderly is yet to come.
Now, 20 years later, Italian emigration has grown exponentially.
Indians holding Emigration Clearance Required [ECR] passports require emigration clearance to leave the country on an employment visa.
Jomaa reminded that a better management of the issues of emigration to improve the services provided to the Tunisian expatriates, It was proceeded to restructuring the Office of Tunisian Expatriates on the central and regional level as well as boosting social attaches in the diplomatic missions.
The Senate unanimously passed "The Emigration (Amendment) Bill, 2014.
But with the prospects of new jobs opening up, let's hope that we start to see some sort of reduction in the alarming rate of emigration.
Well your dream could become a reality with help from The Emigration Group, an organisation that specialises in helping people to move to Australia and New Zealand.
This government is putting in maximum effort to improve conditions in order to keep young people in particular in the country, said government spokesperson Aleksandar Gjorgiev, reacting to the reports findings by blaming globalisation for increasing emigration in recent years.
China is now experiencing its third wave of mass emigration since the Communist Party took over the country in 1949, experts say, and this generation of emigrants, unlike their predecessors, can be characterized as young, well-educated, and wealthy.
Culture in dark times; Nazi fascism, inner emigration, and exile.
The data reveals the impact of historic events on travel trends, with emigration numbers falling during the two world wars and following the 1929 Wall Street Crash as jobs abroad dried up and tickets became less affordable.
The truth, however, is that the slow erosion in population goes back to 2002, maybe earlier, as the extreme circumstances that ultimately lead to population stagnation--economic crisis, high emigration rates, low birth rate--have existed since the early 1990s.
With a large and long-running emigration wave, Bulgaria is 127th in the world by brain drain, according to the World Economic Forum, WEF.