Recent Examples of immigrate from the Web
Eligibility is limited to people living in countries from which few immigrate to the United States.
Soros, who lived through the Nazi occupation in his native Hungary, later fled communist rule in the country and eventually immigrated to the United States.
At the time, most of its families — including mine — had recently immigrated from Mexico.
Latino immigrants who have lived in the U.S. for more than 10 years also tend to have less favorable health outcomes than those who have immigrated more recently.
In 2004’s Transmission, a naïve Indian computer programmer immigrates to Silicon Valley in search of a hedonistic version of the American Dream and ends up vengefully taking down global computer networks with a virus.
That’s all my grandmother made after the family immigrated here in the ’70s.
Tizon’s final published piece was a profile of a woman his family kept as a slave after immigrating to the U.S. from the Philippines for The Atlantic.
Soviet Russian artistic oppression forced him to immigrate to Austria in 1956.
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First Known Use: circa 1623See Words from the same year
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