The Effects And Consequences Of Human Migration

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Human migration comprehends the movements of persons or families from one place to another with the intention of settling temporarily or permanently in a destination place. This definition is enormously wide, large and it can be considered as part of the natural human activity, and as a necessity of the society’s evolution itself. However, the notion drags into consideration the political impact and consequences of the movement process of people or communities from one place to another, not only from the migrant insight but also from the host country’s observation. For the matter of this research, migration would be understood and limited to the definition of International Migration, which also includes different types of migration according to the reasons why the emigration may occur. For the purposes of this research, migration would be defined based on the clarity of the German office of Migration and Refugees (Bundesamt für Migration un Flüchtlinge) which identifies that this exodus occurs when one person moves from his or her usual place of residence and clarifies that international migration occurs when this migration happens across national boundaries (Bundesamt für Migration und Flüchtlinge, 2014, p. 10). Secondly, the different types of migration include the variety of reason why people decide, voluntarily or not, to leave a specific location. In the case of refugees, for instance, people have made the decision to abandon their countries of origin because of a

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