Immigration Name Institution Professor CourseDate The issue of immigration had been very popular in the past centuries which were driven by the fact that most countries were still not developed. This was due to the efforts made by the people involved to find a way of earning their living in the most developed nations where labor was required in mass both formal and informal. Not all participants in immigration did it intentionally but others were forced to do so as they were captured as slaves and sold to the wealthier and industrialized countries. Some other parties were forced to leave their residences due to endless riots which they had been experiencing throughout resulting from issues like land grabbing and struggle for power. There was an existence of different laws which immigrants were supposed to adhere to since they were not enabling them to know that they require each other in different ways has ensured better corporation of nations and ethical immigration ways. In conclusion the transition which the world has gone through is significant and what I take from it is the fact that people should improve the unity and cooperation which has been enhanced in most nations so in order to avoid ethnicity and other unethical trends. It would be necessary for people to avoid the traditional immigration trends for a better living in the world. References Asad A. L. & Clair M. (2017).Racialized legal status as a social determinant of health. Social Science &Medicine. Vallejo J. A. (Ed.). (2015). Immigration and Work.Emerald Group Publishing. Girling J. L. S. (2017). People's War (RLE Modern East and South East Asia): The Conditions and the Consequences in China and in South East Asia. Routledge. [...]
With the goal of gaining a deeper understanding of different perspectives, students will be required to have a brief conversation with an international student from Asia (including the Middle East, Central Asia, Northeast Asia, East Asia, South Asia, and Southeast Asia) and compare this student's perspective on the issue of immigration with other perspectives you gained through our Asia 301 Symposium. Your reflective essay must be 3-4 pages (750 - 1,000 words) in length, typed in 12 pt. Times New Roman font, double-spaced, and have 1” margins.