The attitude of the host countries and the causes that lead to migration are some of the major factors that affect the life of migrants in the host country. In the age of globalisation, there is less physical dislocation than mental dislocation. Even though migrants face external problems like discrimination, assimilation, cultural changes, adaptation, struggle for survival, and identity crisis, their own inner problems like loneliness
Another concern of immigration, is the idea that immigrants will be a fiscal burden on its host country due to the welfare magnet hypothesis, (Borjas, 1999) as low-skilled immigrants are attracted to countries with high social benefits. In the long run, it can be proved that migrants improve their host country’s GDP by boosting their economy and increasing economic
Why are the crises just hitting Europe now? Europe was the destination of majority of them because of its economic stability. Then North American countries expanded their commitments to take refugees from Syria. Roll No.14 Page 2 EUROPEAN REFUGEE CRISIS Can United Nations do anything for refugees? The number of refuges taken by this countries is small compared with the burden other states shoulder.
Some people are forced to migrate as in someone who moves due to war or famine. People are fleeing governments who aren't ruling in the interest of their people or are treating different groups poorly for reasons of ethnicity, religion, or political opinion. Also bad environment, climate change, and bad food production are some factors forcing many people to leave their countries. There are push and pull factors for people who migrate into another country. Push factors indicate why a person would want to leave their country while Pull factors indicate why a person wants to move into another country.
Another reason to come to the UK is because of the language spoken here. Lots of immigrants currently living in Calais already speak good English, giving them a massive advantage when it comes to getting a job, making new friends and doing everyday things like going to the shops. We should allow immigrants to move to the UK if it is where some feel most comfortable living and it is where they will be the
Every immigrations is mainly because they want to move from a poor to a richer country. However, illegal immigrants tend not to be the poorest within their population. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Immigration, u.d.) There a many reasons why people leave their home country. Immigrants are motivated to leave because of political issues, family re-unification, escaping conflict or natural disaster.
There is a lot of pain and suffering in the world. From natural disasters to civil wars, men, women, and children have been running away towards a higher quality of life then before. Refugees are an important issue that needs to talked about since the number of refugees only grows with no sign of stopping. I believe that we as Americans should open our arms to these “huddled masses,” and allow them into our country. One of the reasons a mass exodus has occurred in recent years is the Syrian Civil War.
Many countries have felt the need to force out immigrants and send them back to their own countries. Immigrants lately are causing so much trouble and its unbearable. These Immigrants are causing social and political problems, due to immigration, attracting criminal elements such as trafficking in drugs and people to other forms of crime and corruption. Also, racism can be
The Sociological Perspective of Immigration and Multiculturalism From the sociological angle, the issue of immigration and its effects on national identity and multiculturalism can be viewed from a completely different perspective. The current regime wars and other conflicts across the world have caused more human displacement and suffering than did World War II. Even as refugees move towards Europe, many die on their way along the Mediterranean region. Still, other suffer o their death in European soil. For socialists, solidarity with other suffering human beings is the only solution to the refugee and immigration crisis, regardless of other concerns such as national identity and multiculturalism.