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Regulating Migration for a Win-Win Situation

   

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COM 100W: Advocacy Proposal
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IntroductionThe impeding concern that is closely associated with respect to society stands to be migration. Since centuries the concern of immigrants has been evolving. The hostility in the homeland tries to drive the population to outside lands and territories (Bansak, Kirk, Jens Hainmueller, and Dominik Hangartner, 26; Dell'Olio, Fiorella, 17). The challenges that are linked to immigration stand to be in plenty. With the movement of population taking place, there is enhanced crisis. The earlier eras witnessed immigration due to the gold rush bringing in various migrants from China to Northern America for better prospects. There was a revolution wherein the migrants from their homelands were moving to far off lands for the opportunities they could not have well availed in their homeland (Bansak, Kirk, Jens Hainmueller, and Dominik Hangartner, 26; Dell'Olio, Fiorella, 17;Hainmueller, Jens, and Daniel J. Hopkins, 540; Haaland, Ingar, and Christopher Roth, 19). The years from 1880 – 1920 were remarkable as there were 4 million estimated Italian immigrants who had entered into United States. The displacement taking place historically has also continued as a trend and the population all across the globe has been impacted with the aftermath of immigrants. The uncontrolled and
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poorly managed migration has a significant impact on the gross domestic product along with the various other associated drawbacks. Considering the global scenario, it is estimated that more than 250 million people stay outside of the homeland (Bansak, Kirk, Jens Hainmueller, and Dominik Hangartner, 26; Dell'Olio, Fiorella,17; Hainmueller, Jens, and Daniel J. Hopkins, 540; Haaland, Ingar, and Christopher Roth, 19). Insearch for a better living and lifestyle, the migration has impacted the displacement. With the conflicts and violence been the outcome, the migration has been a representation of political unmanaged scenarios too worldwide. The rise of trend has been subject to the increased illegal immigrants occupying lands elsewhere that their home countries (Bansak, Kirk, Jens Hainmueller, and Dominik Hangartner, 26; Dell'Olio, Fiorella, 17; Hainmueller, Jens, and DanielJ. Hopkins, 540; Haaland, Ingar, and Christopher Roth, 19). The apathy of the situation wherein the migrants are being brought to the lands tends to disrupt not only the lives of migrants but the population of the lands too. From ethical perspectives too, there is a greater disruption and the loss of trust on humanity and mankind tends to rise (Bansak, Kirk, Jens Hainmueller, and Dominik Hangartner, 26; Dell'Olio, Fiorella, 17; Hainmueller, Jens, and Daniel J. Hopkins, 540; Haaland, Ingar, and Christopher Roth, 19). The displacement leading to various negativity and the likelihood of cause of conflicts holds greater negativity. The status quo linked to the concern is attributed to the grant of legal status too for the illegal immigrants. Though the same has not been implemented all across the globe, certain developed nations are proposing the idea wherein the illegal immigrants can be considered and legal status
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can be awarded to them. The offering which the illegal immigrants have been receiving is crucial(Lechuga, Julia, et al, 8; Haaland, Ingar, and Christopher Roth, 54; Gibson, Taylor, 108; Cervantes, Wendy et al., 44; Hainmueller, Jens, and Daniel J. Hopkins, 540; Haaland, Ingar, and Christopher Roth, 19). Although the immigrant population may be granted the legal status, the concern lies in the provisioning of voting rights for the population. Reasons For Unsuccessful ApproachThere are various factors that are associated with the failures on part of the approach being currently implemented for the immigrants. With respect to awarding legal citizenship, the impactis leading to negative consequences (Bansak, Kirk, Jens Hainmueller, and Dominik Hangartner, 26; Dell'Olio, Fiorella, 17; Hainmueller, Jens, and Daniel J. Hopkins, 540; Haaland, Ingar, and Christopher Roth, 19). The immigrants themselves have been responsible for the greater violenceand conflicts arising in the areas where they migrate. The population of the nation’s wherein the immigrants migrate are not receptive to the change. As it significantly impacts the growth in economy and hampers the prevailing working opportunities, it is not favored (Lechuga, Julia, et al, 8; Haaland, Ingar, and Christopher Roth, 54; Gibson, Taylor, 108; Cervantes, Wendy et al., 44; Hainmueller, Jens, and Daniel J. Hopkins, 540; Haaland, Ingar, and Christopher Roth, 19). Also there does not pertain a structured approach basis which the legal residency can be awarded to residents. As an outcome of the
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