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How do push and full factors and physical geography affect immigration?

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    Push factors are those that encourage a migrant to leave his place of residence. Includes cost of living, personal safety, environmental catastrophes or more minor issues suc as weather and climate. Pull factors are those that attract a migrant to a country, such as the migrant's perceptions of the physical, economic, social and political conditions of the country planned to move to.

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