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Host countries should respect immigration law, rights of refugees

Tawfiqullah fani

Part I

People move from their place of origin for various reasons, to find better prospects in another country. This is one of the most common reasons for mass migration, where people are forced to leave their homeland to escape conflict and feelings of insecurity. People in wartorn countries see migration as their only option to get away from war and danger. Migrating to escape war can be a challenging and dangerous journey, for those facing violence and conflict in their own country, it can be a means of survival. Immigrating to a new country can offer security, stability, new opportunities and a chance to revive life. Many people migrate due to high unemployment rate and lack of job opportunities in their country. Immigrating to another country often seeks a higher quality of life. It’s not just about financial concerns, but the desire for a better and healthier lifestyle. The opportunity for a higher standard of living, better access to health care, education, and more job prospects can be a choice for many people considering immigration. Access to health care and common issues to consider include language differences, cultural inequalities and adaptation to a new way of life. Despite these challenges, the high quality of life in some countries and job opportunities cause immigration to these countries to increase every year. When a family member moves to a foreign country and friends and family realize that they had a good experience, started a new life and enjoyed their lifestyle, the move becomes more attractive to them. Throughout history, countries have offered extraordinary opportunities and basic support to immigrants with certain conditions, such as language skills, certain age restrictions, and the desire to live in certain areas of the host country. Some people migrate from their restrictive countries to achieve political freedoms. They may change citizenship for a new identity or seek political rights that have been denied in their home country. A change in life may indicate better job opportunities, a more comfortable living situation, or an opportunity to escape from a challenging environment. Migration allows people to encounter new cultures, languages and ways of life and brings life-changing experiences. After the end of World War II, which led to the polarization of the world and the beginning of the Cold War. In order to put pressure on their rivals in the Eastern Bloc and its satellites, the Western countries took measures to prepare the ground for fleeing and emigrating from these countries. In continuation of this policy, with the approval of the 1951 Geneva Convention, migration was officially accepted as a legitimate human right and registered as an important part of human rights in international laws. The provisions of this convention emphasize that the signatory countries are responsible for those whose opinions and political affiliations, religious beliefs and relations and ethnic ties and descent cause harassment, deprivation of accepted freedoms, prosecution, prosecution and punishment by governments or specific groups; to support and accept as full-fledged immigrants, that displaced people who qualify for these conditions are known as “political refugees”.

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