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Transition is one of the demographic issues that like critical determinants make changes in the population of a region. Transition has been defined as changing location of residence and work and simply as moving from one place to another. Despite all the strategies, various evidence suggests that border deprived areas suffering from a shortage of facilities and not only has difficulty to absorb human forces to these areas is difficult, but the possibility to keep the existing human force is declining. This study was conducted to identify factors that increase the possibility of keeping human forces in the border regions. The research was conducted based on field survey and needed data was collected based on descriptive survey. The statistical population of the research was 490 employees working in Ardebil Border Guard Command which the samples were selected all employees as a whole. To determine the validity of a developed scale was used the factor analysis method that before analysis, KMO test result (92%) confirmed the ability of scale data to analyze and the results of Bartlett test (75/4462 : X2) showed the suitability of the data in the 0001/0> P level. To analyze the data was used chi-square and logistic regression tests. The research findings represent that native and non-native human force almost equally requesting the transfer of border areas and this means employing policy of native force could not lead to human force in the border areas. Results also showed that variables such as job satisfaction, type of employment, type of dwelling and age have been effective in the willingness of the employees to transfer from border areas.