Objective: The aim of our research was to explore attitudes of Slovak citizens toward migrants in correlation between age, income per year, education and residency on one site and attitudes to economic background, religion, culture, Health Care needs and apprehensions related to migrants on another site. This creates an ethical framework of attitudes towards migrants and migration.Design: Project study. The study was carried out under the KEGA project 007KU-4/2018 on Ethics in Public Health and Paramedics.Participants: 352 respondents (179 men and 173 women). In terms of age: the majority, 188 (53.4%) were of middle productive age; 104 were ˂26 year old; 60 were 55+. Regarding the education level: 110 respondents had graduated from a professional high school; 200 respondents had a University Education; 42 had a basic education. The high incidence of people with a University Education is influenced by requirements on the labor market in Slovakia. Regarding net income per year, 67.4% of respondents were at the ˂ 12,000 Euro per year level.Methods: A 27 items questionnaire MIETAT (Migration Ethics Attitudes) analyzed by descriptive characteristic for variables and subsequent testing of normality. Data were evaluated the correlation by using SPSS 22 Parametric Pearson Correlation Coefficient with a significance level of p <0.01 and p <0.05. High importance in evaluation is given to overall mean as well as means in individual domains.Results: We evaluated the intrinsic reliability of the questionnaire using the Cronbach Alpha and Coefficient for MIETAT - Migration Ethics Attitude is 0.950 in the whole set, which we interpret as a high degree of elemental credibility, respectively internal consistency of the questionnaire. Mean was 3.680; Range 1.955; Variance 0.342. Value of achieved overall mean score 3,680 which means that our respondents in the rating scale have confirmed the maintenance of ethical principles in approaching to migrants in general.Conclusion: The project study shows an important role in the ethical approach toward migrants and their needs. Every epoch of human history brings new challenges and urgently needs to respond in accordance with international rules and ethics. It‘s not easy, but we cannot avoid it. It may need a number of discussions, proposals, but the reality will require solutions based on a realistic assessment of the current situation. We are obliged to help and act in terms of fulfilling the mission we have in our life. Comprehensive altruistic education in ethical principles at schools can help fulfill this role.