I live in apoor country , how i get asponsor to learn
It is his helping others
There are many pros to immigration but i will list some only. Immigration brings cultural diversity in to the country, many immigrants come to open small businesses and contribute financially, and they also increase the population of the country
The country with the largest population of immigrants is the United States, with 45.8 million immigrants. The country with the second largest number of immigrants is Russia, with 11.0 million.
Australia has the most immigrants ion the country of Australia.
This country only allows immigrants with the green card or a visa
No because immigrants can bring many different beliefs and knowledge that you might not know and these immigrants can teach. Therefore, it is a good thing to allow immigrants into a country.
Australia allows the most immigrants into the country than any other country. In 2011, Australia allowed 70,000 new immigrants into the country.
Iran and Syria.
All immigrants are from a different country.
People who have left their native country with the intention of establishing permanent residence in another country.
YES!!! Immigrants are creating jobs for this country!! This job growth is growing due to them! And they deserve RESPECT!!!
In which country?
They leaved their Country by the same reasons as immigrants of other nations leaved their own ones.
Prior to the United States becoming a formal country immigrants were arriving in the form of colonists from Europe. After the country was formally recognized as an independent country immigrants arrived from all over Western Europe primarily for the work that was available in the young country.
Most immigrants speak the language of the country from which they came.
Most countries will welcome immigrants who bring skills that are in demand and in short supply in those countries and who are well-educated and can fend for themselves financially. Most anti-immigration laws in practically every Western country concern illegal immigrants and political (but in reality more often economic) refugees from Third World-countries, people with often little or no skills that are of any use in the country of arrival and who in consequence will be mostly a drain on its social security systems.
When operating on a deficit and the future looks unpromising.
People born in a country who moved to live in another country.