A Coggle Diagram about Where do People Migrate?, Why do People Migrate?, What is Migration? (Nomadism is is a type of cyclic movement, and is a matter of survival, culture, and tradition this can be found in parts of Asia, and Africa,, Cyclic movement involves journeys that begin at our home based and bring us back to it. An example of this is going to school . Periodic movement is like cyclic movement and involves returning home, however there is a longer period of time away from the home base. Like a vacation, When movement results in permanent relocation across significant distances, it is classified as migration. , Migrant Labor is when millions of workers come from one country and travel to another to work, and then return to their home country., International migration is movement across country borders, is it also called transnational migration. Internal migration is migration that occurs within a single countries borders., Some factors that have affected mobility in the U.S. include economy, high unemployment rates, and the mortgage crisis. , The U.S. South has been particularly appealing to immigrants and non-immigrants because of the warm climate, and the jobs in the Sunbelt. and In Peru, which is a less mobile society than the U.S. society, the patter of internal migration is generally from rural to urban.), Field Note (Monies migrants send home to family are called remittances., In the U.S. today there is an estimated 31.2 million immigrants. 20.4 million of those immigrants are estimated to be legal, Globalization has promoted a freer flow of goods across the world, and the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) established free trade among Mexico, the United States, and Canada., Immigrants are willing to risk their lives to get to places like North America, Australia, China, and Europe because they hope they will find opportunities such as jobs., The wet foot, dry foot U.S. policy toward Cuban immigrants states if Cuban immigrants are intercepted at sea, they are deported, (wet foot). If they make it by land (dry foot) they have the right to stay., Perception is an overwhelming factor in migration: as long as migrants perceive a better life abroad, they will continue to migrate., The United States has earmarked more money for building fences along its border with Mexico, hiring additional border patrols, and installing new technology to intercept would-be terrorists. and Human rights activists have placed crosses on the wall between Tijuana, Mexico and San Diego, U.S because they are memorials to Mexicans who died trying to cross the border.) and How do Governments Affect Migration?