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Factors Contributing to Migration-Emergence of transnational migration

Advancement in transportation and communication technologies that link places and people globally are leading to the emergence of a transnational migration space. This spreads over more than one geographical in which migrants can shuttle between more than one homes. Apart from physical movement, the flow of information, skills and remittances are the other components of the transnational migration space.
The most immediate outcome of this phenomenon is the growing acceptance of dual citizenship, multiple property, and voting rights. States now recognize that membership is no longer territory-based. A new kind of people-state relationship, which is fast taking root in international politics, is likely to influence the future course of human mobility.