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Immigrants

Meanings and phrases

illegal immigrants

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E.g.
  • They also oppose driver's licenses for illegal immigrants.
  • More than half of illegal immigrants originate from Mexico.
  • However, many illegal immigrants leave their children in the home country.

new immigrants

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E.g.
  • The Canadian government establishes its own annual quota for new immigrants.
  • There were gold and sheep booms in the region, attracting many new immigrants.
  • This led to many of the children of new immigrants dropping out and joining gangs.

undocumented immigrants

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E.g.
  • This criminalized and dehumanized the undocumented immigrants.
  • However, the city remains a sanctuary for undocumented immigrants.
  • In 2014, undocumented immigrants marched for legalization in Santiago.

recent immigrants

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  • The school has special newcomer classes for recent immigrants.
  • Hispanics included longtime American citizens and recent immigrants.
  • Indian-Americans are among the most economically successful recent immigrants to the Chicago area.

immigrants arrived

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  • In 1857, the first East Indian immigrants arrived.
  • Those first immigrants arrived from Madeira aboard the vessel the Golden Rule on 4 November 1849.
  • Chinese immigrants arrived in the United States seeking employment as miners and railroad workers.

number of immigrants

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  • Brussels is home to a large number of immigrants.
  • A large number of immigrants to Chile in general have been Peruvian.
  • Greece has received a large number of immigrants since the early 1990s.

many immigrants

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  • Her actions led to the sterilization of many immigrants.
  • As with Latvia many immigrants entered Estonia under Soviet encouragement.
  • Around the time industry became important in the area, many immigrants came to work in the factories.

immigrants came

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  • The vast majority of the immigrants came from Italy.
  • Most of these immigrants came from the Polish town Żelechów.
  • Many other immigrants came from Bohemia, Poland, and Salzburg.

immigrants settled

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  • German immigrants settled in the Bohemian periphery in the 13th century.
  • Between 1925 and 1933, some 600,000 Han Chinese immigrants settled in Vietnam.
  • Catholic Lebanese immigrants settled here, originally calling themselves Assyrian.

influx of immigrants

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  • They were often descendants of the influx of immigrants coming into the USA at this time.
  • The main grievances of the group are the under-development in the region and the influx of immigrants.
  • This brought an influx of immigrants in search of employment, increasing the city's population dramatically.

other immigrants

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  • Many other immigrants came from Bohemia, Poland, and Salzburg.
  • In addition, French, German, Polish, and other immigrants moved into the borough.
  • Thus, they did not settle in agricultural colonies but stayed in the cities in greater numbers than other immigrants.
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