Definition of Migrants. Meaning of Migrants. Synonyms of Migrants

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Definition of Migrants

Migrant
Migrant Mi"grant, a. [L. migrans, p. pr. of migrare. See Migrate.] Migratory. --Sir T. Browne. -- n. A migratory bird or other animal.

Meaning of Migrants from wikipedia

- Migrant may refer to: Human migration Emigration, leaving one's resident country with the intent to settle elsewhere Immigration, movement into a country...
- encouraged migrants in other countries to organise and take action on that day. In Austria the first transnational migrants' strike (Transnationaler Migrant innenstreik)...
- 6% of migrants qualified as refugees. This number grew to 19.5 million by 2014 (comprising approximately 7.9% of the total number of migrants, based...
- decision on receiving migrants.  Lithuania – Lithuania decided to receive 325 migrants, although after the increase of migrant flow in August 2015, its...
- With the Hungary-Serbia border closed, migrants then started heading to Croatia, but as Croatia led the migrants to the Hungary-Croatia border, Hungary...
- resemble traditional economic migrants. The causes of the migration, as well as the proper way to settle or deport the migrants themselves, remains a source...
- It excluded the migrants who entered India before March 25, 1971 from the illegal-migration accusation. And for post-1971 migrants too, the procedure...
- numbers of working-age migrants is source of cheap labour.[citation needed] In some cases[citation needed], economic migrants are highly skilled and looking...
- The Migrants is a CBS television movie that was broadcast on February 3, 1974. A family of migratory farm workers travels the country performing seasonal...
- (UN Migration), uses International Migrants Day to highlight the contributions made by the roughly 272 million migrants, including more than 41 million internally...
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