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Immigration - Why, How and Dealing with it.

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To immigrate from ones origin has become very popular in the last ten, twenty years. Immigration also is not a very easy thing to do; you have to have a lot of courage and the will to pursue it. If you are going to immigrate, I think that there is three important steps if you are going to immigrate namely: Why, How and Dealing with it. There are many reasons why people immigrate to another origin. A lot of people want to move closer to their relatives and a lot of parents who have children in other countries would immigrate because they do not want to grow old alone. ...read more.


Middle aged people would mostly immigrate to develop their careers, for job experience and to find a place where they could practice their religion freely, without any violence or war. To move legitimately to another country is definitely not an easy thing to do as, the country to which you are moving to first has to approve of you coming to stay in their country. Countries want to protect job opportunities for their own people. Britain for example does not want to share their public funds with people who cannot contribute to the countries wealth. Britain also has a problem with asylum seekers because the country has to give them free medical etc. ...read more.


To me it is not that hard although I do sometimes think negatively about things that I do not have here in Britain but had in South Africa. At the end of the day I still want to live in Britain because I know that I will have a lot of advantages in this country and it will be a great asset to me in the future. I can truly say that I would never exchange this experience of being able to study in Britain for anything in the world. I just feel sorry for the people who turned back because they are missing a lot. Rachel Lamprecht English Coursework 28 June 2002 ...read more.

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