Types of immigration

External
Moving to a new home in a different state, country or continent. (Emigration: Leaving one country to move to another. Also known as International Migration)

Internal
People migrating between the same country or region. Eg. London to Plymouth.

Descendants
People that have descended from migrants. Such as children or grandchildren.

People that help them
Organisations that help migrants from other countries.

Forced migrants
Generally refugees and displaced people due to conflicts in their country of origin. Can also be displaced due to natural or environmental disasters, chemical or nuclear disasters, famine or development projects.

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