Please pay attention to the distinction between the terms:
IMMIGRANT: Is someone who voluntarily leaves his/her country in order to settle elsewhere. This person decides to migrate from desire for change or for his/her family or other personal reasons. If he/she is driven solely by financial incentives, he is usually an economic migrant. Usually the migrant moves to another country to seek better material and social conditions to improve his / her life and his / her family members.
REFUGEE: Is someone who leaves his/her country and seeks asylum (protection) in another country because he/she has a solid and true reason to fear for his/her life. At his/her country is in danger of persecution or his life is at risk, usually due to war, internal conflicts or natural disasters.
ASYLUM SEEKER: is the person requesting to be admitted to a country as a refugee and is awaiting the decision to apply for refugee status under relevant international and national directives. As long as his application is being considered, the country is not entitled to expel him. In case of a negative decision, he must leave the country and perhaps be deported, unless there are humanitarian or other relevant reasons for his stay.
Below you will find a number of questions that you should answer carefully as well as a form completing demographics. Please select the number that represents your view on each of these suggestions:
1 = I absolutely disagree
2 = Disagree
3 = Neither agree nor disagree
4 = Agree
5 = Totally agree
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