My migration 


Just in December there was a big story happening around my mom and a syrian Refugee who was pregnant in her 8 and a half month. I don’t know how my mom found out about (I don’t know her name) but she was living in an apartment with another family. Her husband was already in Germany and she wanted to go there too. All i know is that one day she got in touch with my mom. She didn’t want her baby to be born in INdia and I don’t know why. She needed money for a flight and a visa for her to go to germany. There were so many other problems. She Did Not speak english. One day mom and she went to the german embassy to get a visa. First they didn’t want to let them in but eventually they did. Inside the office mom explained what was going on. The woman felt sorry and said, i’m actually not allowed to do this but i’m going to try to get her a visa. See, a lot of people tried to help. That weekend my mom went to Jodhpur to a music festival with a group of friends. Mom told Ayse, one of the friends, the story so far. Also about the one room apartment shared by two families. Ayse immediately said, she can live with us. When mom told me this part, I cried. Later that weekend had to go to the german embassy again but mom wasn’t there. She Had to wait outside untill the lady came out ………..and gave her visa. That Sunday i think flew to Germany. 1 ½ months ago her baby was born.
When people migrate they also change a lot. Not only the language. But also emotional. For example in the video Another Kind of Girl Kaldhya, a girl who loves to film, in Syria was a shy girl, but when she migrated she turned into a courageous girl. She also became a very thoughtful girl. 
According to the top destinations for refugees are;

Russian Fed.


Saudi Arabia







   These are my interviews,
What is your name? What is your name?

Nino Cruzo.                        Quan
How old are you? How old are you?

7.                                               10

How did you travel?      How did you Travel?

Economy Class Airplane.      . On Foot

Did you have money? Did you have money?

No.                                                  No

How did you pay for the flight?

My parents did? Did you travel with family?

Did you travel with family?         Yes my dad

Yes, my brother and mom. Where did you stay overnight?

Where do you live now?                On the street

What was your push/pull factor? What was your push/pull factor?

         Jobs for  parents.                                            Jobs and War

There are also lots of other push/pull factors. To find out more about migration go to, 


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