When an individual moves from one country to
another, they have immigrated to that country.
Immigration may be permanent or temporary and
may be approved by the host country, in which
case the immigrant is a documented immigrant, or
they may not have gained approval, in which case
they are an undocumented immigrant or illegal
immigrant subject to deportation.
Immigration occurs every day as people move
from one country to another for business,
retirement, opportunity, vacation, work or to
avoid persecution. Normally, a person is
not allowed into another country until he or she
states his or her reason and intent and
authorities grant a visa for entry. When a
large number of people want to leave one country
to enter another, such as from Mexico to the
U.S., there can be a problem. The host
country must have control over immigration to
preserve economic conditions, conserve resources
for its citizens, avoid allowing in those who
would do harm to its citizens and for other
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