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repatriate to (some place)

1. To return to one's country of origin, especially on a permanent basis. After living abroad for nearly four years, I decided to repatriate to Canada to spend more time with my family. She says she has no intention of repatriating to Australia now that she's been granted permanent residency here.
2. To return someone or someone's body to their country of origin. They agreed not to press criminal charges for violating the terms of my tourist visa, but they told me they'd be repatriating me to France by the end of the week. The government finally agreed to repatriate the prisoner's remains to his home country.
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repatriate someone to some place

to restore one to one's country of origin. He asked that they repatriate him to the land of his birth. She was repatriated to her homeland.
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Also repatriated was a 40-year-old mother with two children who worked as a household service worker in Hongkong.
Proponents of the TCJA suggested that repatriated funds and lower tax rates would make the U.S.
The PDP, therefore, called on the National Assembly to protect the interest of Nigerians by immediately employing its legislative instruments to stop the re-looting of the repatriated money.
In preparation for the processing, the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (Tesda), for its part, urged the repatriated OFWs to apply for the training during its two-day special National Technical and Vocational Education and Training enrollment next month.
Tripoli [Libya], Jan 14 ( ANI ): The Moroccan authority on Saturday repatriated its 338 nations stranded in Libya.
Speaking at the event titled "The Terrifying experience of forcibly Repatriated North Korean women, " on Monday, Ji Hyeon A described a scene of prison dogs eating dead bodies at her prison camp and pleaded for the world to take action.
Ultimately, only around 311 individuals from the United States repatriated in two convoys in 1947 and in 1949.
"Some of the Tunisian national will be repatriated quickly because of their health condition," the source added, explaining that the repatriation of overstayers, regardless of their nationality is made by Saudi Arabia via its airlines.
"Thinking strategically about integrating repatriated managers in MNCs".
The Ministry of Social Development of Kyrgyzstan has repatriated three children from Russia to Kyrgyzstan since the beginning of 2014, the press service of the Ministry reported on January 28.
The Philippines government operate a number of Migrant Workers and Other Overseas Filipino Resource Centres (MWOFRC), all over the world so that its nationals, who for some reason, had absconded from their employer can stay there temporarily or opt to be repatriated to their country.
The government affiliated Sudanese Media Centre this week also reported Sudan's Refugee Commissioner, Hamad Al Guzali, as saying that the refugees, displaced from Blue Nile state in fighting between the military and rebels, could be repatriated before autumn.
Summary: A woman and the body of a deceased man were repatriated from Israel Friday, a statement from the International Committee of the Red Cross said.
Summary: A group of 13 Filipino workers arrived in Manila from Dubai on Sunday after being repatriated by the Philippine Consulate in Dubai in a series of repatriation initiatives from the Department of Foreign Affairs in Manila.
THE body of a six-year-old Indian boy who died of an eye infection on Thursday was repatriated yesterday, reports ANIQA HAIDER.