Digital natives are the new generation of kids and teenagers for whom the digital language of computers and the Internet is the father tongue. While, their parents, elderly relatives and teachers are mostly digital immigrants who are working hard on getting a visa to the brave new digital and tech world but it's a complicated, time-consuming, multiple step process. Even after entering the digital environment, they are facing serious problems in adapting to the new circumstances - as they are in a new continent without possessing the language skills required to successfully pursue their most basic goals. Unlike digital natives who have no difficulties in navigating themselves in and around the virtual corridors of the www. Albeit the efforts of digital immigrant to imbibe the local dialect, they will still carry their accent as a heavy burden that is threatening to reveal their origins in any moment. As Prensky writes, 'the can be seen in such things as turning to the Internet for information second rather than first, or in reading the manual for a program rather than assuming that the program itself will teach us to use it.'