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Immigration Advantages

Having emigrants in the nations is good, for the following reasons:

• The state may have a greater source of labor.

• It conjugates food security by guaranteeing sufficiency in food production.

• Immigrants contribute to the care work. By providing care for girls, food preparation,
cleaning services.

• Help with higher profit collection.

• Contributes to the country's demographic bonus.

• Promotes the economic activity of nations by providing them with the opportunity to
develop more and better economic capital.

• Increases productivity by enriching and diversifying the supply of labor and generates
incentives.

Disadvantages of immigration

• Not all countries are hospitable to immigrants. On many occasions, cultures of resistance to
change prevail, in which immigrants may be victims of racial discrimination or discriminatory
comments, by their country or region of origin.

• Unemployment can represent a significant disadvantage for the immigrant, especially if it is


decided to live in another country without validating the academic and / or professional
credentials held in the country of origin.

• Immigrants can be exploited by their employers because they cannot change their situation.

• Many immigrants go to crime instead of finding jobs legally.

• Dealing with loneliness, having to leave home, family and friends

• The change of culture, when experiencing new foods, customs, dances, etc.

Immigrants are people classified as warriors for the simple fact of looking for a better life for
their families, and a good economy, without having the slightest idea of what awaits them.

Every person who goes in search of their progress should be taken into account, as are these
people who, in order to survive, have to endure everything
Advantage

1- Improvement of the quality of life

Most immigrants seek an increase in standard living conditions. Living in a crime-free


environment, with citizen benefits and social security, is usually a common engine to urge the
movement of the population from one country to another.

2- New personal and professional experiences

The new life scenario urges immigrants to make the best of them in the personal and work
environment.

Upon leaving their comfort zone, immigrants find themselves in need of adopting new
challenges: being more independent, living alone, saving, making new personal and
professional commitments. All in the framework of growth and the accumulation of new
experiences.

3- Contact with new cultures and knowledge expansion

Traveling gives you the opportunity to meet new cultures, gastronomies, means of transport,
idioms, traditions, and even overcome language barriers, if that is the case.

Making life in another country opens the doors of knowledge through the native history of
each nation, and even through tours of the most representative museum sites or historical
sites of the place.

Disadvantages

4- Xenophobia and cultural barriers

Not all countries are hospitable with immigrants. On many occasions, cultures of resistance to
change prevail, in which immigrants may be victims of racial discrimination or xenophobic
comments, by their country or region of origin.

5- Language barriers

If you choose to migrate to a country with a language other than the mother tongue, it is
essential to know at least the basic notions of that language.

For this, the most advisable thing is to know the elementary terms to function in society: basic
phrases to make purchases, be familiar with the traffic signs and, of course, fully handle the
greetings and courtesy expressions.

6- Labor supply shortage

Unemployment can represent a significant disadvantage for the immigrant, especially if it is


decided to live in another country without validating the academic and / or professional
credentials held in the country of origin.

Definitely, by living in another country, and living the experience of multiculturalism,


education, cultural precepts and values learned at home are put into practice.}
I am in favor of immigration, as long as it is sustainable and regulated

What should be taken into account in this topic?

1) How the flow of immigrants is received in the country, both from the point of view of
material conditions (health, education, housing and employment), as well as their cultural
insertion and coexistence with national citizens. It is then about determining what type of
regulation is adequate so that the migratory flow is absorbed quantitatively and thus the
immersion of immigrants is fluid, does not cause rejection in the national population, nor
overflowed capacities.

2) That since immigration is a dynamic and evolving phenomenon, a poorly designed


regulation creates incentives that can alter migratory flows and generate situations such as
trafficking of migrants driven by mafias that end up seriously undermining their own rights.

3) That respect for the rights of immigrants and their homologation with those of nationals
undoubtedly leads to pressure on public spending and places a limit on the welfare state that a
country can finance. According to the financial report of the bill recently proposed by the
Executive, the largest expenditure on social benefits for migrants would be of the order of $
141 billion a year, which considers only the expenditure on primary health care and education
School public This is just one of the reasons why immigration is so important today in the
internal politics of many nations. Universal social rights and an approach to absolute
immigration rights are incompatible, as demonstrated by the immigration crisis in Europe.

4) Immigrants bring a series of economic benefits to the country. They come to work so they
usually have a higher than average workforce participation rate. In Chile, at least until 2015 the
figures show that they are more educated than nationals. According to the 2015 Casen Survey,
foreigners have an average of 12.5 years of schooling while nationals, with 11. Their crime
figures are also lower than those of nationals, which is foreseeable due to the risk of expulsion
of the country in which they incur. Despite this, the data indicate that the courts have pro-
immigrant criteria in their decisions. According to a report by the Judicial Observatory, the
Supreme Court in 2016 and 2017 ruled in favor of immigrants in 67.2% of the cases, declaring
the respective expulsion decree illegal.