Traducción de immigrate en Español:

immigrate

inmigrar, v.

Pronunciación /ˈɪmɪɡreɪt//ˈɪməˌɡreɪt/

verbo intransitivo

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    inmigrar
    • Instead, many Western Samoans seek to immigrate to American Samoa.
    • His parents immigrated to the United States in the early 1970s, and he was born in Baton Rouge.
    • All four of my grandparents legally immigrated to this country from Russia, Poland and France.
    • The readership either still lived in Eastern Europe or had immigrated to the United States.
    • My parents immigrated to the United States from Bangladesh and gave birth to me soon after.
    • Indeed, when they immigrate to developed countries they are often among the most creative and inventive people in their new homes.
    • Moreover, if he were finally deported, he would be permanently barred from immigrating to Australia.
    • She has lived in Durham, North Carolina for six years since immigrating from Mexico City and last December gave birth to her third child, Carlos.
    • Following this money, more than 1 million Taiwanese have immigrated to China to live and work.
    • After you immigrated to America, you spent some time in a yeshiva.
    • If one does not wish to live in Korea, one should immigrate legally.
    • Most farm workers descend from Africans who immigrated to Zimbabwe specifically to work on these farms.
    • In fact, we not only don't recognize the marriages; we don't allow anyone to immigrate who has been part of such a marriage.
    • Outcasts and refugees from throughout the world have immigrated to it and flourished as they could have nowhere else.
    • Imagine you lived in a far-away country and chose to apply to immigrate to our great white chilly north.
    • Most lived in Germany for at least 10 years before immigrating to Canada, during which time they incorporated German customs and baking into their Christmas celebrations.
    • I hadn't stepped foot on Haitian soil since I left in 1986 and immigrated to California.
    • A country surely has the right to decide who is permitted to immigrate and become a citizen of that country - that is not the issue.
    • It is also known that many European settlers first lived in Venezuela, only to immigrate to the United States.
    • Belize is dotted with tiny colonies of Mennonites, most of whom immigrated in the fifties from Canada and Mexico.