Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Immigration"

The meaning of "Immigration" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does immigration reform mean?
A: To drastically change a nations policies on immigration
Q: What does cleared immigration mean?
A: He has passed the immigration control at an airport
Q: What does such as making up immigration records showing he had been to North korea. "making up"?? mean?
A: It means lying or (maybe) faking.
Q: What does immigration factors mean?
A: @i_am_minami: immigration:移民
factor: 要因 (like primary factor/main cause )

Synonyms of "Immigration" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between
'immigration' and
'emigration' ?
A: Immigration describes entering a country; emigration describes leaving a country. Whichever one you use depends on the perspective
Q: What is the difference between immigration and emigration and migration ?
A: Immigration is when you come to a country. Many refugees from Syria are immigrating to countries in North America and Europe. Emigration is when you leave a country. Many refugees are emigrating Syria. Migration is general movement and can be within a country.
Q: What is the difference between immigration and migration ?
A: We use immigration to denote the action of moving IN to a country. We use migration to denote a movement from one region to another.

For example (Migration): Bird migration patterns show they head south for the winter.
For example (Immigration): Immigration into Canada has multiple steps.
Q: What is the difference between immigration and migration ?
A: "Immigration" means people moving INTO a country. "Migration" just means people moving.
Q: What is the difference between immigration and emigration and The county dose not have a history of immigration. Instead, it has a history of emigration. ?
A: Emigrate= a person leaves their OLD country.
Immigrate = a person inside their NEW country to live in.

Korea is like every country it has immigrants coming into Korea for long time.

Translations of "Immigration"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I was worried about immigration but there are many Korean tourist in Hawaii so the immigration office had a questionnaire sheet written Korean. The only thing I had to do was to read it and answer with a few words. - Is it right?
A: I was worried about immigration, but there are a lot of Korean tourists in Hawaii so the immigration office had a questionnaire sheet written in Korean. The only thing I had to do was to read it and answer with a few words.
Hope this helps! You were very close! Good job!!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? immigration
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? if you go to the immigration,
the guy ask you ,what is your purpose to come here?
and then what should i say?
for travel or for traveling?
A: To travel
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? immigration
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Other questions about "Immigration"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce the immigration.
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Q: I don't know why but whenever I go through immigration, I got butterflies in my stomach. does this sound natural?
A: Very good! But you just need to change "got" to "get" because since you used "whenever I go..." it makes it in the continuous present tense.
Q: I need to find an immigration poem for class discussion on my English class. Does anyone have any recommendation? Please tell me something hard so I can make discussion more interesting.
A: If you don't mind an Australian poem, then I think this might be a good choice:

Migrant Hostel, Peter Skrzynecki

No one kept count
of all the comings and goings—
arrivals of newcomers
in busloads from the station,
sudden departures from adjoining blocks
that left us wondering
who would be coming next.

Nationalities sought
each other out instinctively—
like a homing pigeon
circling to get its bearings;
years and name-places
recognised by accents,
partitioned off at night
by memories of hunger and hate.
...
(You can find the rest online.)
Q: If Australian immigration office had extended working holiday visa until 35 years old, I’d go to there. does this sound natural?
A:

If the Australian immigration office allowed extended working holiday visas for individuals up to the age of 35 years, I’d go there.
Q: We have entrusted a immigration lawyer in Amsterdam with our immigration.
does this sound natural?
A: I think it would be "We want to raise our son with diversity, and we also want him to play music all over the world" if I understood correctly.

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