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What is illegal migration?


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2011-11-18 10:54:08
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An illegal immigrant is someone who, without permission, enters a country to live and work.


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Within the United States, internal migration in the latter part of the 20th century involved movement to the western, southern, and southwestern parts of the United States. These areas offer milder climates, cheaper labor, less expensive land, and frequently little traffic congestion in the beginning of settlement. Many people and firms left the Northeast to move to these areas. Both legal and illegal migrations occur -- legal ones to Canada and illegal ones from Mexico. However, both are external migration, not internal migration. Internal migration occurs within a country, not from one country to another. Migration to Canada is not very large, although in the late 1960s and early 1970s it was significant for young men who did not want to fight in Vietnam. Illegal migration from Mexico is more significant.

when you go to a different country, but you dont become a citizen of the country, but you live there anyways

Seasonal migration, Forced migration, Remote migration, Labor migration, Side-by- side migration.

Counter migration- migration in the opposite direction. Counter Migration - forced migration of immigrants to return to their country of origion

How would a statute of limitations apply to migration? The purpose of a limit is to prevent law suits being filed years after the fact. Migration deals with movement of individuals. If they break a law, then the statute of limitations would apply. And illegal immigrants can be arrested and deported at any time, there isn't a limit on time.

the massive migration has begun. Birds also show migration to survive.

Internal migration is migration within a country. External or international migration is the migration across international borders from one country to another.

Migration is a movement from one place to another.Migration are of two types:1. Temporary Migration2. Permanent MigrationTourism is a sub type of temporary migration.

External migration is migration from one country to another.

No, "migration" is a noun.

a migration of stingrays

migration that is temporary

INTERNAL MIGRATION :- Doing internal migration we migrate state only. EXTERNAL MIGRATION :- Doing external migration we migrate to country and continent. By:- Mariyam Zafar 4B from:- Eastern Public School

1. Emigration: Migration from a place (especially migration from your native country in order to settle in another) out-migration. 2. Immigration: Migration into a place (especially migration to a country of which you are not a native in order to settle there) in-migration. One is In the other is Out...

movement and migration is when you travel.

The two types of migration are voluntary and involuntary. An example of voluntary migration would be birds flying south for the winter, involuntary migration would be animals leaving a decimated rainforest.

Mohammad Hemmasi has written: 'Migration in Iran' -- subject(s): Internal Migration, Migration, Internal, Rural-urban migration

Migration of animalsMigration of animalsorHerbivorous migration

because migrate means moving from one place to another and that is why it is called migration

Barbara Fontana has written: 'The state of migration research in South Africa' -- subject(s): Research, Illegal aliens, Alien labor, Refugees

The plural form of migration is migrations.

the migration is a peice of crab cakes

They don't have a migration pattern

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