A regional conflict
The large-scale emigration of talented people.
The process by which people are given reference for migration.
People forced to migrate for political reasons.
A cultural feature that hinders migration.
A net decline in literacy.
Was the subject of a territorial dispute between New York and New Jersey.
Was originally claimed by France but given to the United States along with the Statue of Liberty.
Is still in use today as an immigration gateway to the United States.
Is not truly an island because it is joined to the mainland by a narrow strip of land.
Is the actual location of the Statue of Liberty.
An environmental push factor.
A forced migration.
An intervening obstacle.
A cultural pull factor.
An environmental incentive.
Economic depression in the United States.
Forced migration after World War I.
Imposition of quota laws.
Declining demand for industrial workers.
Declining demand for domestic workers.
Relatives of U.S. residents.
Is complicated because Mexico favors migration to the U.S. but opposes migration from its south.
Is opposed to Mexicans migrating to the U.S. because they otherwise would contribute to the economy at home.
Welcomes migrants from other countries.
Is flexible for most countries of origin but does not generally allow immigration from the United States.
Attempts to prevent any money from leaving the country.