remigration

remigration

(ˌriːmaɪˈɡreɪʃən)
n
the act or process of returning or migrating back to the place of origin
Translations

remigration

nRückwanderung f, → Rückkehr f
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Next, Edoardo Campanella, an economist at UniCredit, assesses ways economically strapped European actors implement remigration approaches to reverse the effects of high-skilled workers departing to other regions of the world.
Rick Yune: Rick Yune has appeared in various films including OLYMPUS HAS FALLEN directed by Antoine Fuqua, THE MAN WITH THE IRON FISTS directed by RZA, REMIGRATION, NINJA ASSASSIN, BEYOND REMEDY, THE FIFTH COMMANDMENT, DIE ANOTHER DAY, THE FAST AND THE FURIOUS and SNOW FALLING ON CEDARS.
It is likely to be a factor in remigration decisions if the actual conditions of living experienced clash particularly badly with the hopes and dreams of a new life that were invested in the original move 'Downunder'.
Nevertheless the remigration trend was modest and had a downward orientation until the breakup of Yugoslavia, as the Yugoslav labour market had never been able to offer work to those thousands of people "working abroad temporarily".
The other is that the international refugee regime's concern with governing refugees' movements after repatriation by stopping remigration may hamper the natural transnational practices that refugees have developed as alternative livelihood strategies in the absence of other, durable solutions.
Another group of Philippites was captured in 1535 in Passau during their attempted remigration to the Empire.
Food transmission from Taiwan to America was also a remigration process.
To enhance their remigration, government offers a range of incentives from tax breaks to direct ownership of homes and businesses (Gallaugher & Stoller, 2004).
In 1919, he founded the Black Star shipping line to further his remigration plans.