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Immigrant

Meanings and phrases

immigrant

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a person who comes to a country where they were not born in order to settle there

immigrant class

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n.
  1. recent immigrants who are lumped together as a class by their low socioeconomic status in spite of different cultural backgrounds

immigrant parents

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E.g.
  • He was born in Milwaukee to Russian immigrant parents.
  • Walsh was born in 1913 to immigrant parents in New York.
  • Nishimoto was born in California to Japanese immigrant parents.

immigrant population

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E.g.
  • The immigrant population is growing quite rapidly.
  • In 1999, there was only a 1% immigrant population.
  • Fort Rouge has an immigrant population of 20%.

immigrant communities

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E.g.
  • It is found within immigrant communities around the world.
  • Many sports are associated with New York's immigrant communities.
  • She works closely with immigrant communities to help navigate government services.

illegal immigrant

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E.g.
  • For the illegal immigrant, this is a result of lacking work papers.
  • As an illegal immigrant in the United States, Emilia has few options.
  • This bill gave the illegal immigrant a label being “aggravated felons”.

immigrant community

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E.g.
  • There is a small Eritrean immigrant community in Baltimore.
  • The film is set in Amsterdam and is about 419 scams among the immigrant community.
  • It was founded to serve the needs of the Ukrainian immigrant community in Baltimore.

immigrant groups

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E.g.
  • Below are the 10 largest immigrant groups in Exeter .
  • Ethnic immigrant groups in the country include West Asians—mostly Lebanese, Syrians, and Palestinians.
  • There are no sizable foreign national or immigrant groups, with the exception of U.S. nationals from American Samoa.

immigrant workers

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E.g.
  • Five young Italian immigrant workers were killed while constructing a tunnel for a water main.
  • An important tool for influencing immigrant workers was the American Association of Foreign Language Newspapers (AAFLN).
  • Many owners of industrial plants and mills became rich by exploiting the immigrant workers in order to provide cheap goods.

immigrant families

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E.g.
  • One in every four children come from immigrant families.
  • Milendella was first settled by German immigrant families in the 1880s.
  • This dish is also popular among the many Russian-German immigrant families of North Dakota.

immigrant family

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E.g.
  • He is the youngest of seven children in an immigrant family.
  • Pope was born in New York City in 1856 to a German immigrant family.
  • Saleem was born in London into a Pakistani Sunni Muslim immigrant family.

immigrant children

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E.g.
  • Eberle explored similar themes of young immigrant children playing in other works such as "Dance of the Ghetto Children" (1914).
  • While immigrant children were expected to learn Hebrew through school, much effort was put into ensuring adults would learn the language.
  • In recent years, Lamm has volunteered in a program for Somali immigrant children, and mentors young women considering careers in politics.

immigrant populations

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E.g.
  • Its iron mills and immigrant populations inspired the setting of Life in the Iron Mills.
  • Chicago has one of the largest Eastern European/Slavic immigrant populations in the nation.
  • Additionally, many Arab countries in the Persian Gulf have sizable non-Arab immigrant populations (10–30%).
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