Migration is the movement of people from one place to another. The reasons for migration can be economic, social, political or environmental. There are usually push factors [push factors: Factors that encourage people to leave the place in which they live and to move elsewhere. ] and pull factors [pull factors: Factors which attract people to move to a new place. ] at work.
Migration impacts on both the place left behind, and on the place where migrants settle.
Migration is the movement of people from one place to another.
Internal migration is when people migrate within the same country or region - for example, moving from London to Plymouth.
International migration is when people migrate from one country to another - for example, moving from Mexico to the USA.
Emigration - when someone leaves a country.
Immigration - when someone enters a country.
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