Repatriation is the process or act of returning to the "historical homeland" of an individual or an entire people.
The word "patriya" in Latin is just the same for the Motherland, and the "re" prisavka has the meaning of "return".
The most famous example of repatriation today is the return of Jews to the land of Israel after 2000 years of life in exile. More than three million people - repatriates - have been revered from the most diverse corners of the planet to the Holy Land.
Repatriation is in the list: Society