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immigration

the movement of organisms into a specific area. Compare EMIGRATION.
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Meanwhile, dissatisfaction with immigration among Republicans and Republican leaners rose sharply from 72% in 2014 to its peak of 86% in 2016.
The agency has partnered with the University of the Philippines (UP) Diliman, which will provide language tutors to more than 50 immigration officers.
We specialize in Immigration and Nationality Law and have vast expertise in advising on Immigration and Nationality Law matters.
It's just that the state of immigration has got people thumping mad these days.
In the tumultuous political year of 2006, Robinson, a former city councilman from Winston-Salem, North Carolina, became one of the country's most notorious voices for a crackdown on illegal immigration.
ILW said the new journal carries "thought-provoking" articles and reviews on immigration, immigration system reform and the latest developments in PERM.
The Board has three divisions: the Refugee Protection Division, the Immigration Appeal Division and the Immigration Division.
In 2002, 37 women arrested by local cops were found to have broken immigration laws.
We don't enforce immigration laws," Farmer tells me firmly.

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