Disadvantages Of Immigration

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The government should practice and uphold human rights laws and be held responsible and accountable for housing and rehabilitating of deportees or citizens who are being sent back to this country for one reason or another with no place of abode and no financial means to sustain themselves.
A deportee is any person or persons who has been deported or is under sentence of deportation from one country to another. Usually a deportee is someone being sent back to the land of his birth usually for breaking the laws of the land in the country of migration. These issues range from drug trafficking to sometimes something as minor as a parking ticket.
In the absence of economical opportunities citizens from different social economic background have been motivated to migrate to a number of first world countries, where they believe the opportunity for personal development and advancement is more feasible. Countries like the United Kingdom, the United States and other first world countries have seen an increase influx of immigrants from second and third world countries.
Consequently, in the past few years deportation of immigrants from first world countries has been on the increase with the receiving country being incapable of putting proper control methods in place to accommodate these returning residents. In 1990 there were 119,000 residents who were born in Trinidad and Tobago living in the United States, up from 66,000 in 1980. The number of migrants in 2000 was 41,000. The
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