Individual migration suggests the likelihood or probability of migrating. Some outstanding factors influence this decision.
One of the main factors is the distance. According to Ravenstein's Distant Law of Destruction, the distance of the target country from the country of origin increases, the less likely it is that someone is wandering about a strange environment, culture, lifestyle, and assimilation problems and unknown knowledge of psychic costs. research has shown that more than half of immigrants in the United States come from neighboring Mexico, which is only 3,000 km long, while Mexican migrant minorities go further. This shows that distance-decomposition theory is the main effect of the migration destination and whether migration is still ongoing. The closer the destination is, the lower the emotional costs and therefore the more likely migration.
Another important factor is the extent of differences in culture and lifestyles in the target country compared to their home country. few are willing to move to countries like Japan, where acculturation and probability of integration are unlikely, since the Japanese have their own unique way of thinking that is alien to a large part of the world or even strange. In cases where there is such a great deal of contact with the local population, it is less likely that someone chooses to take off and take such a challenge in such a foreign area. A famous case is the world-famous journalist and writer Pico Iyer, but there are few similar people.
Another major factor influencing migration decision is the attractiveness of attracting factors in the host country, the domestic push factors. In India, Mumbai, Chennai, New Delhi and many other cities, the richest and most educated young people leave the country more. Distressing factors of pollution are severe where our pollution exceeds the official guidelines. Meanwhile, a highly paid job as an engineer, or a suburban or city where you live in the United States, Great Britain, like London or New York, is amazing. If the host country has such a sharp contrast to living standards, it is not unusual for people to make the choice for career opportunities and long-term prosperity. If the contrasts are not so sharp, they may not be so much inspired by such drastic changes in their lives.