immigrate immigrate  /ˈɪ mə ˌɡreɪt/

Definition(s):

  1. (v) migrate to a new environment
  2. (v) introduce or send as immigrants
  3. (v) come into a new country and change residency

Derived Word(s)

Usage(s):

  1. It is the last scene of Elia Kazan's film America, America, the story of a young Greek's fierce determination to immigrate to America.
  2. It is the last scene of Elia Kazan's film America, America, the story of a young Greek's fierce determination to immigrate to America.

News

  • 'Immigrants Are More Fertile,' Jeb Bush Says In Reform Speech

    Jeb Bush has created a stir with remarks he made during a speech on immigration, in which he said that women who immigrate to America are more fertile than women who are born in the country. "Immigrants create far more businesses than native-born Americans, over the last 20 years," Bush...
    on June 15, 2013     Source: Georgia Public Broadcasting

Quotes

  1. "As we move toward the implementation of the Canadian Experience Class, these changes will help create a pool of individuals who, with work experience, will find it easier to apply to immigrate to Canada," minister Finley says.
    on Apr 30, 2008 By: Diane Finley Source: Economic Times

  2. "There's a whole industry in Canada and around the world of people who offer advice to folks who want to immigrate to Canada, and many of these people are unscrupulous operators. We call them crooked consultants," Kenney said in an interview...
    on Jun 6, 2010 By: Jason Kenney Source: CTV.ca

  3. Softening his earlier appeal, Sharon said, "Jews must come to Israel not because of hatred or fear. Jews must immigrate because it is their homeland."
    on Jul 28, 2004 By: Ariel Sharon Source: MSNBC

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