What is immigration?
Immigration is the international movement of people in a country.
Where they do not have the citizenship to settle as permanent residents or naturalized citizens.
which refers to non-war-like population movements among emerging nation states.
When people cross national borders during their stay, they are called migrants or immigrants from the point of view of the destination country.
In contrast, they are called migrants or migrants from the point of view of the country from which they leave.
The United States has the largest number of international migrants, with 19% of the world's total.
One third of the world's international migrants live in just 20 countries.
Germany and Russia each host 12 million migrants, ranking second and third among the countries with the most migrants worldwide.