1.Emigration is the act and the phenomenon of leaving one's native
country to settle in another country. It is the same as immigration but
from the perspective of the country of origin.
Immigration is the movement of people from one nation-state to another.
While human migration has existed throughout human history, immigration
implies long-term permanent residence (and often eventual citizenship)
by the immigrants: tourists and short-term visitors are not considered
2. Immigration Act of 1882, the United States Congress had passed an act regarding immigration. The first was the page act of 1875,which restricted the immigration of forced laborers coming from Asia.