Moving from country to country is always a big change in life. Each immigrant lives in the new country, the so-called "immigration process", during which he is aware of the transformations that have occurred in his life as a result of changes in the environment.
The consequences of moving must be realized even when you move to a country with a culture similar to that of your native country. However, the changes can be even greater the more differences are observed between the two countries.
Awareness of the changes takes place in an individual way, and this process is affected, among others, by children's experiences, age, gender, education, ethnic and religious affiliation, the culture of the home country, reasons for moving, traumatic experiences, the waiting time for asylum and the associated uncertainty, attitude towards immigrants, as well as the presence or absence of social support.
Like any other type of essay, it should be properly planned, contain relevant data and facts, be well quoted and framed.
The topics of research on immigration are different: you can touch on the history of the process, its advantages and disadvantages, reasons and causes, its impact on society, the illegal aspect of the process, legislation and financial costs, the problems that immigrants face and much more.
Get your audience interested. This can be information about the number of people around the world involved in the immigration process, the countries that lose the most, and the regions that host foreigners the most.
Provide more quality information about your chosen problem, do not forget to refer only to trusted sources. Identify the reasons that led to this problem and whether it can be solved.
Describe your opinion based on evidence and your personal thoughts. Since immigration is a political issue, it will also be appropriate to describe the economic aspects. Look at the problem in terms of human resources.
Your immigration essay conclusion should answer the thesis and summarize the essay information. Thus, you can give a brief description of the problem and offer your point of view regarding its solution.
What are the reasons for immigration?
Who started immigration?
The history of immigration to the United States begins with the first European settlements around 1600. Beginning around this time, the British and other Europeans sailed to settle mainly on the east coast.
Who are called immigrants?
From the Latin word migratio, which means "moving", "transition", there are many modern and quite often used concepts. Immigrant is a person who crosses the borders of a country, usually for the purpose of permanent residence.
What are effects of immigration?
Immigration leads to more innovation, more educated workforce, more professional specialization, a better mix of skills with jobs, and increased overall economic productivity.
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