“This is not just a blip in emigration,” according to the Bundesagentur fur Arbeit report.
emigration, which hit epic levels in the 1980s and 1990s, seems to have tapered off.
Either way, emigration is the end result for some gay Iranians.
(Agencies, Ynet) Dramatic drop of 35% in Israeli emigration to US—Lowest number since 2003.
The rising repression was a spur to Zionism and waves of Jewish emigration from Odessa.
The tide of emigration continues to flow into Texas from European ports.
The emigration of the mind before the revolution of the state, my Brothers.
To be sure, these results are greatly complicated and deeply obscured by immigration and emigration.
In reality they doubtless have mobility sufficient for emigration.
The results of emigration vary with the economic and other circumstances of the countries concerned.
emigration em·i·gra·tion (ěm'ĭ-grā'shən)
The passage of white blood cells through the walls of small blood vessels.