The act of immigrating; the passing or coming into a country for the purpose of permanent residence.
The movement of people into a geographic area to take up residency.
Migration of people into a country or area to take up permanent residence.
The migration of people into a country.
in-migration; moving to or settling in another country or geographical region; an immigrant is someone who intends to reside permanently, and not a casual visitor or traveler.
to come into a country of which one is not a native, to live
The process of entering one country from another to take up permanent.
The entry of foreign persons into a country to live permanently.
the process of people entering a country to take up residence - the immigration rate is the number of people arriving per thousand of the population of the receiving country
Migration of an organism into an area where it establishes its residence permanently.
Migration of an organism into an area for the purpose of changing its residence permanently. Compare with emigration.
movement of a person or persons to a new country to live.
the process by which people born in one country move permanently to another country
Referring to the movement of organisms into an area. See emigration and migrating.
to enter and settle in a country or region where you were not born
To enter and settle in a country or region to which one is not native
migration into a place (especially migration to a country of which you are not a native in order to settle there)
Entering and settling in a country or region to which one is not native.
the act of immigrants who are people who have voluntarily and permanently carried themselves and their goods from their native environment to another country for the purpose of settling and establishing a new life
Moving to a new country in order to settle there permanently.
To enter and settle in another region or country different to the one in which you were born.
The act of moving to a country where one is not a native. Immigrants are people who come to a country where they intend to settle permanently and many of them obtain citizenship. A legal immigrant is a person who comes to settle in a country with the legal permission of its government. An undocumented immigrant is a person residing in a country without the legal permission of its government.
The movement of people from their homeland to a new nation. See also emigration.
When a person enters a country with the intentions of living there permanently.
The process by which foreign citizens, technically known as "aliens," enter the United States, legally or illegally, usually with the intention of taking up permanent residence.
the act of coming into a country to live where one is not a native resident.
immigration is when an individual goes into a new country to live.
the act of moving into one country from another.
The entry of foreign nationals into a country for the purpose of establishing permanent residence.
A person's entry into a new country to settle there.
In general, â€œImmigrationâ€ is the government department that controls the flow of people across a countryâ€(tm)s borders. The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services is a branch of the Department of Homeland Security.
The movement of people into one country to reside permanently.(see also: Emigration, and Migrants.)
The visa given to someone who has successfully completed processing for permanent residence at a US Consulate. The immigration visa is usually valid for 12 days. The person must immigrate to the US within that time or the visa expires. The person becomes a permanent residence on the day he or she is admitted to the US with the immigrant Visa and later receives a Green Card for immigration.
Adult salmon and steelhead migrating upstream from the ocean to spawn.
Government officials responsible for granting citizens permission to or restricting entry to a country.
the movement of people from one country, to live in another country.
The migration of animals into an area: postlarval shrimp immigrate into an estuary from the ocean.