Every year large numbers of people migrate from one country to another for different reasons.
Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of migration for the individual and for society as a whole.
Despite cultural barriers and rigorous screening process, many people enticed in settling into a new countries, presumably as a defense against economic uncertainty. International migration, however, it has both positive and negative aspects. In this essay, I will discuss the arguments supporting the main advantages and disadvantages.
International migration have risen enormously in recent decades, this trend somehow bring advantages to people in many ways. First, financial stability, remittance sent by international migrants to their families tend to increase the well-being of beneficiary by having enough source for consumption, business ventures, and paying children’s education. Second, better future prospects, sometimes their aim of migration is to escape from conflicts, persecution, or even poverty. Parents moved to give children better life, high-quality education and a safer place to live. Undoubtedly, this gives significant economic gains for migrants, their countries of origin and at the same time, they contributes to the host countries.
On the other hand, moving to a new country is a life-changing decision and it comes with potential downsides. Life may seem glamorous from afar, but many people experiences loneliness, anxiety and sadness due to missing on things back home. Also, immigrants face challenges in finding jobs, leave alone similar position of what they had left back home. Some of them need to paddle upstream due to employment barriers and immigration policy that blocked in their way. It is easy to flaunt stunning images of new and exciting places, but behind those fun-filled photographs are the actual hardships that they feel in moving. Although, emigrating is an adventure, the advantages mentioned above majorly influence aspirants to consider moving and to overcome the hurdles that comes with migration.
In conclusion, moving to a new country is not exactly the same as moving to other internal cities. Picking up your life and moved abroad requires prior planning and weighing of all consequences. I think host communities must recognize the social rights of emigrants and give them equal treatment they deserved.
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