What is the difference between immigration and emigration? I need to know this for my geography exam this Wednesday!
Here's the easy trickImmigration is when people come into the country. Easy to remember b/c "I" on immigrate states for into.Emmigration is when people exit or leave the country for another place. "e" on emigrate for exitexample in context: Due to the potato famine in Ireland people emigrated from there. Most if them immigrated to the united states near Boston.
Immigration- When A Person Comes Into A New Land.Emigration- When A Person Moves Out Of Their Land.
Immigration is entering a country. I believe emegration is leaving but I don't know for sure.
An emigrant leaves their land to live in another country. The person is emigrating to another country. An immigrant is a person who once resided somewhere else and now lives in your country.
chclark has it right!
Wait a minute, you still have school!!
emigration is the process in which a person leave there native country and move to another one while in immigration the foreigner come to your native country.