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1 Introduction It has long been noticed that migrants’ distribution over the receiving country does not replicate the one of natives ( Chiswick and Miller, 2004 ). Migrants often concentrate in particular locations. Understanding the reasons of observed settlement patterns is important for many reasons. The first reason is because of the impact that migrants might have on the natives’ labor market outcomes ( Longhi et al., 2008 ; Kerr and Kerr, 2011 ), settlement decisions ( Borjas, 2006 ; Mocetti and Porello, 2010 ), and other outcomes. The second reason is