emigrate from (some place)

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emigrate from (some place)

To leave one country to live in another. My great-grandparents emigrated from Ireland when they were just kids.
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The number of people emigrating from EU Member States has also fluctuated in recent years.
Hong Kong's political and social environment has undergone dramatic changes since its return to Chinese rule in 1997, changes that have left many there thinking about emigrating from the former British territory to an overseas haven.
Synopsis: Now in a fully updated and expanded second edition, "Emigrating from China to the United States: A Comparison of Different Social Experiences" by Yushi Li (Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Philosophy, Northern Kentucky University, Highland Hights, Kentucky) has retained much of her earlier experiences when emigrating to the United States but adds depth and detail to the life events that have currently influenced her social values, attitudes, and behaviors.
In addition to being her personal story, "Emigrating from China to the United States" is intended to be a supplementary textbook with the fundamental purpose of facilitating students in associating the understandings in their personal daily lives with larger social forces.
"Emigrating from China to the United States" addresses such issues and topics as: Sociological theories and how different political and economic systems influence ways of thinking, everyday life, and social interaction with others; The importance of doing research projects, collecting data, and how to avoid common mistakes; The comparison between Chinese and American cultures, and cultural shock; How immigrants assimilate themselves into American society; Deviant behavior that may be considered universal; Comparison and evaluation of U.S.
"Emigrating from China to the United States" is especially important in the study of history immigration, world cultures, current American immigration, and the socialization and assimilation by the dominant culture in a society.
Deputy Health Minister Reza Malekzadeh said the main cause of young people emigrating from Iran is the paucity of research labs where they can pursue their scientific interests.
ICONIC British pubs top the list of what the UK public would miss if they were emigrating from the UK.
The collection of ships' passenger lists, digitised by family history website Ancestry.co.uk in partnership with the National Archives, details the name, age, profession f and other infor f mation on people emigrating from 1890 to 1960.
Among the first passengers were couple Sharon Hill and Darrell Stout, who were emigrating from Longbenton, Newcastle to Perth, Australia.
The offers were made with Israel's official blessing and were additional to the usual state packages it provides to Jews emigrating from the diaspora.
The National Archives said people seeking to track ancestors emigrating from British ports will be able to search the online passenger lists of the ships transporting them.
The HIV infection rate is soaring and many young people are emigrating from the region.
According to currency specialists HiFX, over half the people emigrating from the UK (51%) are skilled trade workers, with plumbers and gasfitters top of the list, followed closely by carpenters and joiners.