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The mission of the International Organization of Migration (IOM) is commitment to the principle that humane and orderly migration benefits migrates and the society in which they choose to live (“International Organization for Migration”, n.d.). IOM provides a safe, reliable, and cost-effective service to help those who require international migration assistance. This global organization is forced to face several cross-cultural issues on a daily basis simply because of the services they provide. IOM prides itself for developing an extensive knowledge of the migration rules and regulations in countries worldwide. They work with several other partners to keep up-to-date with the latest laws and any special requirements that are necessary for any migrates to migrate successfully to the new country. Although IOM works with many countries all over the world, this paper will focus on the cross-culture issues between the United States and Mexico. Mexican Immigration in the US
Immigration allows American citizens to be exposed to many cultures without having to travel the globe. The Mexican border has created a setting that the United States will never forget by dividing its citizens into two groups, those that oppose immigration and those who support it. Mexican immigrants are a large part of the nation’s diversity and its unskilled labor workforce. Mexican immigrants are happy to be accepted as American citizens. They come to America to work hard, grow their families, and learn more about American culture. Mexican immigrants consider it to be vital to learn English so they can succeed (Farkas, 2003). On the other side, many of the Mexican immigrants will work for less than minimum wage which has disrupted the American labor force in the US. This has caused a serious problem among American citizens as there truly is a need for this cheap labor in America. Companies continue to...
References: Farkas, S. (2003, May). What immigrants say about life in the United States. Migration
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International organization for migration. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.iom.int
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