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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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However, he said that concrete and robust action to enhance the repatriation was required during the current year.
However, he added, concrete and robust action to enhance the repatriation is required during the current year.
On April 8, the DFA raised the crisis alert to Level 3, which required voluntary repatriation.
He said OFWs, who would like to avail themselves of the repatriation assistance may contact the Philippine Embassy and Philippine Overseas Labor Office (POLO) in the Libyan capital of Tripoli.
'While voluntary repatriation is a preferred solution for the majority of Afghan refugees, it needs to be well-informed, voluntary, safe and dignified,' said Ms.
"The government should bear the entire costs of the repatriation," said an Incas statement issued by Mahadevan Vazhassery, president; and Punnakken Mohammad Ali, general secretary.
Besides, an ongoing slowdown in the domestic economy has also impacted the growth in repatriation of profits and dividends.
The FTDES pointed out on Thursday in a press release, the need to stop all forms of co-operation and collaboration with the Italian authorities as regards massive repatriation taking place every week without any respect to international conventions, including the UN Convention of 1951 and its 1967 regulation protocol as well as Article 33 which stipulates the need to respect predetermined conditions to carry out the repatriation operation.
The Foreign Exchange repatriation mechanism was heavily utilized by foreign investors at the initiation of the liberalization in order to guarantee liquidity.
The Honourable Chrystia Freeland, Minister of Foreign Affairs, and the Honourable Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of International Development, issued the following statement on reports of an agreement to begin repatriation of Rohingya refugees to Myanmar in the coming days given the current context:
ISLAMABAD:The Supreme Court, on Thursday directed the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) to make efforts for repatriation of former envoy to the United States Husain Haqqani, in Memogate case.
A group of Baherero and Ovanderu who had shown interest to be repatriated have urged Botswana and Namibia governments to fast track the repatriation to Namibia which they requested in 2013.
Dividend repatriation from a foreign subsidiary to the parent company is one of the examples of foreign exchange risk for the MNCs.
Profit repatriation during the July-January period of FY 2017-18 registered a 26 percent rise year-on-year (YoY), reported an English daily.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- The return of Rohingyas was scheduled to begin tomorrow, but some of the major tasks including finalisation of the list of families and setting up of repatriation camps remain incomplete while this makes the start of repatriation on the announced date uncertain.