Immigration: Chain Migration, Deportation, Transnational Marriage, Migrant Worker, Immigration Law, Sanctuary City, Machan Source Wikipedia

ISBN: 9781157604259

Published: August 14th 2011

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Immigration: Chain Migration, Deportation, Transnational Marriage, Migrant Worker, Immigration Law, Sanctuary City, Machan  by  Source Wikipedia

Immigration: Chain Migration, Deportation, Transnational Marriage, Migrant Worker, Immigration Law, Sanctuary City, Machan by Source Wikipedia
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 37. Chapters: Chain migration, Deportation, Transnational marriage, Migrant worker, Immigration law, SanctuaryMorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.

Pages: 37. Chapters: Chain migration, Deportation, Transnational marriage, Migrant worker, Immigration law, Sanctuary city, Machan, Immigration equality, Immigration officer, Birth tourism, Free migration, Immigrant benefits urban legend, Immigration and crime, Immigration policy, Migrant literature, La Misma Luna, Unaccompanied minor, Children of Immigrants Longitudinal Study, Police certificate, Girouard v. United States, Transatlantic migrations, Ethnoburb, Ricardo L Sabogal, The Border, Richard Ryscavage, Libertarian perspectives on immigration, Pir z people, Maintenance of Migrants Pension Rights Convention, 1935, Maintenance of Social Security Rights Convention, 1982, Inspection of Emigrants Convention, 1926, Immigrant investor programs, Immigration tariff, Displacedness, EURODAC, Commuter worker, Immigration sign, Immigration regulation.

Excerpt: Immigration (derived from Latin: migratio) is the act of foreigners passing or coming into a country for the purpose of permanent residence. Immigration is made for many reasons, including economic, political, family re-unification, or the wish to change ones surroundings voluntarily.

Of the present 200 million immigrants around the world nearly 70.6 million are in Europe, followed by North America, with over 45.1 million immigrants, and Asia, with nearly 25.3 million. Asia became a major source of immigration. The United Nations found that, in 2005, there were nearly 191 million international migrants worldwide, about 3 percent of the world population. This represented a rise of 26 million since 1990. Sixty percent of these immigrants were now in developed countries, an increase on 1990. Those in less developed countries stagnated, mainly because of a fall in refugees.

Contrast that to the average rate of globalization (the proportion of cross-border trade in all trade), which exceeds...



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