Let’s Talk About Immigration and immigrants
This conversation is to get real about issues challenging the people who come to America to stay. The US is the largest immigration destination. It is international traffic of non-US nationals who want to make the US their residence. Because of that population move toward the US, its population grow in numbers and become more various culturally. To that population is added the refugees and asylees entering the country every day.
Most immigrants and asylees entering the USA Land in the house of the people who welcome them. It is different from the refugees who are usually welcomed by the Government-assisted by approved nonprofit organizations.
Either way, it is very challenging because of the unknown.
A refugee is a person who had no choice but leave his country for any destination to find refuge because of violence, war or any form of persecution. These people who run away from their countries are usually afraid of their life because of racism, religious or political persecution, belonging to a particular group or simply because of their opinions on different matters. In summary, “refugees are people fleeing conflict or persecution.” (UNHCR; 2019).
Thus, refugees are protected by international laws. Every nation is compelled to participate in the global effort of protecting refugees. The protection of refugees involves various aspects. These aspects comprise their protection from the danger zone or environment, their ushering to an objective and resourceful asylum process, and the initiation of measures ensuring the respect of their basic human rights while securing a longer-term way out of their situation.