Glossary on Globalization

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1.ID language: English
Term: immigration
ID country: worldwide
Source: internet
Standard definition: The one-way inward movement of individuals or their disseminules into a population or population area.( Departure from one's native land to settle in another)
Definition source: internet(http://www.answers.com/topic/immigration)
Grammatical category: noun, uncountable
Antonym: emigration
Synonyms: exodus, migration, transmigration
Contexts: “The political debate about immigration is now a feature of most developed countries.”
“The emergence of nation-states made immigration a political issue: by definition it is the homeland of a nation defined by shared ethnicity and/or culture.”
“Immigration polices which selectively grant freedom of movement to targeted individuals are intended to produce a net economic gain for the host country.”
Use area: social
Comments: While the movement of people has thought throughout history at various levels, modern immigration tourists are considered non-immigrants. Immigration that violates the immigration laws of the destination country is termed illegal immigration. Seasonal labor migration, while generally non-pregnant in nature, is often treated as a form of immigration. The modern concept of immigration is related to the development of Nationalss and nationality law. Citizenship in a nation-state confers an inalienable right of residence in that state, but residency of non-citizens is subject to conditions set by immigration law. The emergence of nation-states made immigration a political issue: by definition it is the homeland of a nation defined by shared ethnicity and/or culture.
Designation status: official, accepted.

RO equivalent: imigratie
Definition: este actul sau fenomenul părăsirii ţării sau regiunii natale de către un individ sau grup de indivizi pentru a se stabili în…...

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