And the inequality of economic burden is what pushes the most educated of young Israelis to emigrate.
My book "1948" and its reception abroad will allow me to emigrate to Boston, to my wife's family.
My friend Danny and I had memorized a list of refuseniks—Soviet Jews denied the right to emigrate—to visit.
During the Cold War, the West Germans used to pay the East Germans to release political prisoners and allow them to emigrate.
Local politicians have urged gays to emigrate; some are kicked out of school, excommunicated from their families.
Asa Make tracks, pack up, and emigrate to the roaring old state of Vermont, and live 'long with mother.
He did not want Geoff to emigrate, but he sympathized in his love for the country.
His father, being of a roving turn of mind, decided to emigrate.
Finally it was decided that he should emigrate to New Zealand.
It was his intention to return to America in 1836, and a large party was preparing to emigrate with him.