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What is the difference between a Refugee and an immigrant?
An Immigrant is someone who chooses to resettle to another country.
A Refugee is someone who has been forced to flee his or her home country.
Adapted from: Teaching Refugees: with limited formal schooling (http://teachingrefugees.com/student-background/106-2/)
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