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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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emigrate from (some place) to (some place)

To leave one country to live in another. My great-grandparents emigrated from Ireland to the US when they were just kids.
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emigrate to (some place)

To leave one country to live in another. My great-grandparents emigrated to the US when they were just kids.
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emigrate to (some place) from (some place)

To leave one country to live in another. My great-grandparents emigrated to the US from Ireland when they were just kids.
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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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According to the bureau, the emigration of skilled and unskilled workforce has witnessed 51 per cent growth compared to the same period of last year when Pakistan sent only 216,164 workers to foreign countries.
Appealing to the US President he wrote that "everyone has a connection to the story of emigration" and "people often change their perspective once they see it told from many angles".
Mostly young people up to the age of 29 have moved from the Federation of BiH, whereas the number of emigration of persons from 30 to 50 years old is almost the same as of those over 55.
The highest rates for emigration in 2017 were reported for Luxembourg (23 emigrants per 1,000 inhabitants), Cyprus (18 per 1,000) and Lithuania (17 per 1 000 persons).
The emigration of Pakistani labour abroad saw its peak in 2015 when the country exported some 0.95 million of its workforce abroad, the report highlighted.
The draft Emigration Bill, 2019, has also mooted a fine of not less than Rs10,000 (DhDh515.5) on those who fail to register, as per the 51-page Bill posted on the website of the Indian Ministry of External Affairs (MEA).
In a statement online, the Embassy said, "The Ministry of External Affairs of India has finalised the draft of a new Emigration Bill after undertaking consultations with line Ministries, State governments, Recruitment Agents, International Organisations, Chambers of Commerce and Industry and academic institutions.
Singh cited several reasons for the drop in the number of emigration clearance through the e-Migrate system.
The new census law allows "the electoral and civic participation of our emigrants to have this change of scale and effect," added Santos Silva at the Lisbon session, which presented the report prepared by the Emigration Observatory.
The ashes of Marjorie Skidmore, one of 5,000 children inhumanely 'relocated' from Birmingham's Middlemore Children's Emigration Homes, will next month be scattered on these shores.
JazzCash has collaborated with National Bank of Pakistan (NBP) to provide fee collection service to Bureau of Emigration and Overseas Employment.
COLOMBO Sri Lanka's Department of Emigration and Immigration on Friday said the shortage of new passports, which has presently put thousands on the waiting list, will end within two months.
KARACHI -- JazzCash has collaborated with National Bank of Pakistan (NBP) to provide fee collection service to Bureau of Emigration and Overseas Employment.
'Whereas brain drain literature argues that emigration leads to the loss of a poor country's human capital stock, brain gain literature postulates that the departure of high-skilled migrants may actually lead to an increase in the human capital levels,' the report said.
A work-to-rule campaign will be launched by the Sri Lanka Immigration and Emigration Officers from midnight Thursday over the failure by authorities to solve several demands, Sri Lanka Immigration and Emigration Officers' Association said.