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Migration into one community, region, or country from another.

in′-mi′grate v.
in′-mi′grant n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: - migration into a place (especially migration to a country of which you are not a native in order to settle there)in-migration - migration into a place (especially migration to a country of which you are not a native in order to settle there)
aliyah - (Judaism) immigration of Jews to Israel; "students making aliyah"
migration - the movement of persons from one country or locality to another
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National Records for Scotland recently published their estimates for mid-2018 which show a 0.2 increase in population over the previous year, attributable entirely to in-migration. Translated into numbers, that means an extra 13,300 people living in Scotland.
Ethnic origin data paint a picture of Kenya's cultural diversity and provide insight into the changing in-migration patterns and increasing diversity.
"We have seen a significant in-migration from other states of people and companies due to our overall lower costs of doing business," he said.
Our high fertility rate and strong economy in recent years add approximately 40,000 to 60,000 people to the state each year through births and in-migration. That's a city roughly the size of Riverton or Taylorsville.
"Fortunately, with our universities graduating more talent in computer science and the steady in-migration of tech professionals, we are holding our own against an extremely tight national labor market."
Norton has seen much greater than expected volume growth from southern Indiana, specifically into their Brownsboro facility, and a recently constructed bridge that facilitates in-migration to Norton facilities.
We once again engaged with a former partner allowing us to act quickly to capitalize on this unique value-add opportunity in an area in which we previously owned a multifamily property, Gould said in the statement.Madison at River Sound is located in a fast-growing submarket of the greater Atlanta MSA.This value-add property is well positioned to benefit from the metro areas diverse economic drivers and strong in-migration.
In-migration. People are more mobile in the summer, and as they move to Oregon and take jobs, it creates more competition for the jobs here.
The housing market is very demand-driven given high level of business activity and in-migration that gives rise to increasing levels of disposable income combined with a scarcity of raw land for housing development,' Atencio said.
Steady in-migration, the aging-in-place of existing cohorts and the presence of important service industries will make this MSA an above-average performer versus other U.S.