Immigration is the international movement of people into the destination country where they do not possess citizenship. Research suggests that migration is beneficial for both sending and receiving countries. Immigration on an average has positive economic effects on the native population, whereas low-skilled immigration adversely affects low-skilled natives.
As of 2015, the number of international migrants has reached 244 million worldwide which reflects 41% increase since 2000. The largest number of international migrants live in the United States, with 19% of the world’s total.
To strengthen the immigration system there are certain new immigration rules set up by the Bureau of Immigration (BOI).
Have a look at these new immigration rules: