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Transcript of Migration BY:MKK
Migration happens when an object moves from one place to another.
What are push and pull factors
Push factors are reasons why you migrate away from that country such as war, pull factors are reasons that pull you into that country like more jobs and larger salary.
Types of migration
There are many types of migration for example Rural to Urban migration, intercontinental migration, forced migration, seasonal migration, return migration and long and short term migration.
Rural to Urban Migration
Rural to urban migration is when somebody from the countryside migrates to the city or someone from the city migrating to the country side.
Intercontinental migration is when someone from another continent moves to another continent.
Force migration is when the government asks you to migrate out of a country for a reason.
This is when a person migrates because of a push factor like war.
It happens when somebody moves to another place because of the weather
Return migration is when someone returns to their original home.
Long and short term migration
When someone moves out of their country for a long or short period of time.
Illegal migration is when some one moves into the country without permission or the right paperwork.