immigration law

Immigration is the movement of people internationally from one country to another, to which they don’t possess citizenship, for permanent residence. Immigration is for economic opportunities, cultural exchange, diversity, and mainly to save lives. Immigration’s rate increases during war, femininity, and poverty. People try to look for better opportunities in other countries to survive.

There are other reasons for immigration other than economic factors like political, social, health, and education. For example, in recent years, the people of Afghanistan immigrated to the USA, Australia, Pakistan, and other countries because they saw no future of theirs in Afghanistan after the USA left Afghanistan.

Although there are pros of immigration as an increase in the labor market, an increase in people of higher skills, and innovations, there are downsides of immigration as overcrowding, a decrease in jobs, congestion, and extra pressure on public services.