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1[mass noun] The action of coming to live permanently in a foreign country.‘a barrier to control illegal immigration from Mexico’
- ‘I think we need to encourage legal immigration.’
- ‘They have agreed to develop a common immigration policy at EU level.’
- ‘Now, it is urgently helping members obtain immigration documents.’
- ‘We'll have two opposing views on immigration policy reform.’
- ‘Decades of massive immigration had combined with corrupt government and the raw capitalism of the era to create horrific slums.’
- ‘For months on this program, we have reported extensively on the problem of massive illegal immigration into this country.’
- ‘So, there already is a way for legal immigration into this country.’
- ‘New Orleans became a center of Croatian immigration in the early nineteenth century.’
- ‘This is also the generation who suffered most at the brutal application of immigration laws.’
- ‘Yet hundreds, says the advocacy group, have been deported on minor immigration matters.’
- ‘What's needed, advocates say, are stories of successful Americans who wouldn't be here were it not for family-based immigration.’
- ‘To make the nation safer, policymakers also need to overhaul immigration rules and enforcement.’
- ‘The second great problem in immigration and illegal trafficking in people.’
- ‘I assume all residents will have read the new immigration rules re: long-term residence.’
- ‘The goals in immigration policies are achieved by granting or denying visas.’
- ‘They cannot get it for most immigration matters, excluding those concerning refugees.’
- ‘There can be no doubt that mass immigration has reduced costs for employers drastically.’
- ‘But civil rights groups and immigration lawyers point out 18 months is a conservative estimate.’
- ‘The screening of this film will be followed by a discussion on illegal immigration.’
- ‘Large-scale Chinese immigration to the Malay peninsula began in the middle of the 19th century.’
- 1.1The place at an airport or country's border where government officials check the documents of people entering that country.‘the airport has long queues at immigration and baggage reclaim’
- ‘Late that night we cleared immigration and added an observer to the crew.’
- ‘Even giving your fingerprints now in immigration at the airport gives you an uncomfortable feeling.’
- ‘I tried to plead with immigration to see if we could come to an understanding.’
- ‘Not their problem, as they swanned through immigration off to a few days by the hotel pool.’
- ‘Once through immigration at the airport, she disappeared.’
- ‘Admittedly it took a little while at immigration but that was just checking passports.’
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