The Negative And Positive Effects Of Immigration Across The World
The challenges of migration exist globally in every state. It can be explained as the movement of citizens from their origin country to a different state. There are several cases that can make people vacate their country of origin to an alien nation. People moving from their origin country to a country may be a result of a war, escape from being prosecuted or prejudice among others.Others may opt to move willingly in search of better way of life. There are unprecedented challenges as a result of immigration despite being the only choice at some point. Immigration can be seen as an act of courage when looking it from a different perspective. Immigration can have both good and bad effects on the host country and the original country.In most cases, the host countries are developed and industrialized. For this reason, they receive the high number of immigrants.
Some of the ways they benefit from having immigrants are as stated below. Immigrants can work in sectors where the country’s citizen cannot work.In Turn, this will generate revenue for the host country. Likewise, immigrants work more hours with lower pay than citizens would request thus an advantage to the country economy.
Making immigrants to feel at home and appreciated, they add value as they bring different cultures to the society which is crucial to promote adherence and understanding. There will be strong relationships between nations that will be created. Talents may be realized and natured especially if the immigration have an education background from their previous country.
On the other hand, immigration can bring a negative impact also specifically to the host country. If not appropriately managed several challenges can arise from immigration.
One of the challenges may be deteriorated security which may be brought by having different people from different countries and cultural practices. This may be as a result of having a high number of people not working and emerging crime.
If not appropriately managed, diseases may be spread by immigrants. Thus, this call for people to be regularly checked for diseases and verified to avoid further spreading. Thus, there should be checkpoints for diseases examinations to the immigrants before they enter a country.
Another issue is having an increased population of a host country and a decrease in the origin country. This may pose an economic danger to both countries in various ways.Also population increase can lead to an emergence of refugee camps that may bring negative environmental effects.
Immigration can also cause brain drain. The search for better places to work can make people move to foreign countries leaving theirs less of talents which can be a danger to the economy.