remigration

remigration

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

remigration

nRückwanderung f, → Rückkehr f
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Without attachment to community, remigration became easier.
On its website, the group calls for 'Remigration' - which it describes as 'the humane repatriation of anyone who has entered our countries illegally'.
GI added it believes in "ethnopluralism" and "remigration" - ideas advocacy group Hope Not Hate has branded "far more extreme and race-based than anything posted by groups like the English Defence League".
When this occurs, original first wavers creatively negotiate such dilemmas either by remigration, transnational migration, or "astronauting" (referring to an arrangement in which usually when "the wife and children stay abroad while the husband returns to his...
Tagged turtles observed across years were classified as remigrants, with remigration intervals representing the number of years between successive nesting events.
He also highlighted the success of Estonia's recent strategy towards the new remigration plan, which is showing positive results.
Abkhazia has agreed with remigration only partially, for both political and demographic reasons.
Navigating a River by Its Bends: A Comparison of Cambodian Remigration
He made short films on the side--some of them brilliant, like ion's Remigration, a sci-fi take on gentrification.