Resettlement – the Immigration Law in some jurisdictions defines the resettlement as an act of governmental policy, which entitles immigrants to acquire legal status and then to reside legally in the welcoming country. There they are legally allowed to work and live without any prohibitions and without fear that they may be expatriated back to their country of origin. Nowadays the most common example of resettlement appears in the developed Western countries, where people from the Eastern block immigrate and settle for a better life. The same situation applies in USA, where many people from countries in Latin and Central America use to immigrate and resettle because of the higher standard in the United States. A synonym is “migration”.