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Immigration

The entrance into a country of foreigners for purposes of permanent residence. The correlative term emigration denotes the act of such persons in leaving their former country.

Cross-references

Aliens.

immigration

noun admission of foreigners, change of national location, colonization, entry of aliens, establishment of foreign residence, expatriation, forrign influx, incoming population, ingress, migration, movement of population, transmigration
Associated concepts: issuance of visas
See also: entrance, entry, inflow

IMMIGRATION. The removing into one place from another. It differs from emigration, which is the moving from one place into another. Vide Emigration.

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Medina said, however, said that there are fewer immigration officers in airports after around 300 officers resigned.
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The 133 foreign nationals were included in the immigration blacklist of undesirable aliens.
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'We don't have yet a stationary device for immigration information management system here,' Ronny said.
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It means the proportion of people seeing immigration as a top concern has nearly halved in under two years.
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