Immigration: Population and Immigrants

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Benefits of Immigration
Benefits of Immigration
Marwa Amamra
Assignment (2)
Marwa Amamra
Assignment (2)


the benefits of immigration (1)3#
the benefits of immigration (2)4#
conclusion 5#
References 6#

What is Immigration?
Is the process of coming to live permanently in a country that is not your own. Who are Immigrants?
A person who leaves one country to settle permanently in another.

As we know, the immigration is the movement of people from one country to another. Nowadays, it has been observed in several countries that immigrant play a large role in economy, society, culture, workforce and even politics. The importance of immigration for immigrants is to help improve the quality of life for those in immigrants' home countries, because they send money back to their families, so they can live a better life. For the countries, they benefit from immigrants who work in constructions, agricultures, and hard-labor jobs which citizens refuse to work in. Benefits of immigration are many and beneficial to all parties to the extent we can overlook its disadvantages.

Benefits of immigrations|two
1. Economic Gains

Immigrants filling up these jobs lighten the load of producers and consumers, and results in gains in economic welfare. It is a fact that immigrants are a source of low cost labor, but these cost reductions are eventually passed on to the consumer, so host country citizens benefit from this as well. The goods produced through the efforts of immigrant workers can also generate additional profits as the goods can be sold at lower price.

2. Increase in Cultural Diversity

Immigration increases product diversity, something that many people enjoy very much. Immigrants moving in mean more ethnic restaurants to dine in, more cultural centers to enjoy, and easier access to products only available in other countries.

3. Increase in...
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