3.4 Immigration Policies (Country Case Study)
Research your chosen country’s openness to and reliance on immigration, plus its immigration policies. Make judgements about the influence of immigration on global interdependence and on your individual country.
Be sure to track your sources used for information within this document, just as you would an assignment research sheet. This will come in handy later on for the Unit 3 assessment.
Immigration Openness & Reliance: Indicators & Analysis
1. What is the migrant stock in your country?
% of population: 66548272
2. What does the migrant stock in your country tell you about your country’s openness to and reliance on immigration?
The country has a very high migrant stock which represents that the country has very high openness to and reliance on migrants as contributing to their country.
Among % of the population, migration occupies a large amount.
3. What are the remittance inflows and outflows of your country as a % of GDP?
4. What do remittance inflows indicate for your country in terms of its dependence on its citizens working abroad?
There are lots of money come into the country
5. What do remittance outflows indicate for other countries in terms of their reliance on your country?
There are not much money sent someelse where.
6. How does your country score and rank on the global migration barometer?
Global migration barometer:
18. France 69.6
Attractiveness to migrants:
5. France 82.3
Accessibility for migrants:
43 France 56.9
Need for migrants:
7 France 63.5
7. What do the various scores on your country’s global migration barometer measures tell you about your country’s openness to and need for migrants? Why?
The country have strong attractiveness to the migrants this show country’s economics, quality of healthcare and other things are good
However, the country don’t have strong openness to the mirgants, turns of migrants policy and hiring migrants for work is not very accessible. In contract, the country need imgrants to to fill their labor work market
1. Describe some of your country’s current national immigration policies.
2. Research some reasons why your country accepts many or few immigrants.
(e.g. many – demographic reasons, recruitment of skilled labour, etc)
(e.g. few – protect culture, perceived threat to national security, etc)
3. What are some of the top immigrant nationalities that enter your country?
(Bottom half of this PDF has a one page highlight for each country outlining this info)
4. Does your country accept/house refugees? (how many?)
5. What are some of the positive (e.g. skilled labour, political relationships) and/or negative (e.g. cultural tensions) impacts of immigration on your country?
1. How does immigration affect connections and interactions between countries? Use examples to support your analysis.