Dictionary.com defines immigrants as people who have undertaken a migration to a different country. Typically, the word is used to indicate those looking to reside permanently in the country to which they have migrated. More »

Most of the German immigrants who moved to America settled in the upper Midwest. However, there were also concentrations of German speaking people in New York City and Texas. Many moved to America following periods of ec... More »

Scholarships available to immigrants include the Western Union Foundation's Family Scholarship Program, the Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans and the New Immigrant Scholarship, according to U.S. News & Wo... More »

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The difference between immigration and migration is that while immigration refers specifically to the movement of foreign nationals into a different country for permanent settlement, migration refers to the movement of p... More »

To get a job in the United States, a person from another country should reach out to organizations that provide professional job-search training and link skilled immigrants with employers that have global employee needs.... More »

Voluntary migration is a type of migration whereby people move to another place by their own choice and free will. This type of migration is usually motivated by economic factors, mainly because the new destination has "... More »

Some key events in Amish history include the establishment of the movement by Jakob Amman in the 17th century as a branch of the Mennonite faith; the migration of the first Amish settlers to America in 1727; and the spre... More »

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