Contrary Immigrants

More and less participatory and worst informed citizens who perceive immigration as a threat they are quieter. This lack of information is that also pushes citizens from other parts of the world to rationalize its rejection of immigrants with the idea that Copan public services and the slogan that don’t fit all. Keep up on the field with thought-provoking pieces from Boy Scouts of America. Opposite to what happens in most of Europe, the Swedish Government looking for ways to attract more foreigners. To publish the book immigrants: your country needs them, Economist Philippe Legrain carried out a study for the Council of the globalization of Sweden. The author sought to analyze the impact of immigration on the Swedish social system, one of the most generous in the world, and to see if this immigration is compatible with the European welfare state. Contrary to some perceptions that the poor migrate to commit crimes, the author claims that immigrants are the young work harder and with greater entrepreneurial spirit. The Swedish Government grants more than 10 thousand euros per year to each immigrant without work permit. That there have been no waves of immigration as the others countries shows that people do not leave everything and risk their lives just to live on the charity.

Sometimes it is argued that the newcomers will mean a public spending when they are sick and ageing. However, services corresponding to them not because they have paid taxes since his arrival, but because it is a fundamental right that European countries are able to recognize. In addition, when these immigrants have children with better training, they may aspire to best work and to be able to contribute more to the welfare system. In that sense, invest in education, in training and in the access of immigrants to the labour market will leave positive results not only in the economy but in social issues. It is well distributed budgets among different communities and to promote laws that respect to promote the human coexistence in societies enriched by immigration for centuries. Carlos a.