Human migration is not a new concept in the world. For centuries humans have been roaming from one place to the other in search food, water and other basic necessity of life. Human migration can be descried as the movement by human beings from one locality to another sometimes moving over very long distance and in small or larger groups. Starting from the eras of slave trade when thousands of Africans were shipped from West Africa to work in Caribbean plantations, human migration has continued since then owing to the changing political, social and economical environments. People who migrate from one place to another are referred to as migrants but can also be referred to as emigrant, immigrants, settlers, and by many other names. This however depends on the historical setting of the people and their perspectives.