The post Drop or change automatic migration-rejection based on non-existing tags discusses some issues related to rejected migrations. As I learned there, one of the factors influencing this is whether some of the tags on the migrated question are among the intrinsic tags on the target site. However, I do not know how to find out which tags are intrinsic for a given site. (Which means that there might be situations where I might flag a question for migration without knowing whether or not the migration would be rejected.)
Question: Is it possible to find out in some way which tags are intrinsic for a given site? If this is not possible for regular user, do at least moderators for a given site have access to this information?
Here is a quote from Shog9's answer to Drop or change automatic migration-rejection based on non-existing tags:
Mad Scientist's comment reminded me that it may not be well-known that certain tags are considered "intrinsic" to a site... For instance, "math" and "mathematics" on Mathematics, or tex and latex on Tex.
An intrinsic tag never appears on any question on a site. If you try to add it, the system will prevent you from doing so, just as with a blacklisted tag... However, if you try to migrate a question with an intrinsic tag to the same site, it will be allowed (and the question will merely be tagged untagged. This covers the common cases where a tag exists on one site while being blacklisted on another.