Immigration is an ongoing process at a time when the world is becoming a village. Financial difficulties, finding the right job to emigrate
Migration is an ongoing process at a time when the world is becoming a village. Financial difficulties, finding the right job to do and emigrating. Immigration is an age-old reign. In the past, migration from one village to another, from one district to another, from one state to another was common.
Considering the growing number of migrants around the world, the United Nations General Assembly adopted a resolution on the protection of the rights of migrant workers and their family members at its meeting on 18 December 1990. December 18 has been declared International Migrant Day for all domestic and international migrant citizens around the world.
In the 21st century it is now commonplace to move from one country to another internationally. Now conditions are changing. Going abroad is as easy as going to Bassek, many are setting up permanent residence abroad. To this end, Western countries are offering opportunities to simplify immigration procedures. Migration with computer professionals, which began in the 1990s, has increased exponentially.
The United Nations gave the opportunity to defend the rights of international migrants on December 18, 1990. This day was later designated as International Migrant Day in the year 2000 after various resolutions. For the last two decades, especially in India, where the computer sector has been transforming into a service industry in Australia and New Zealand, there have been more opportunities for our Telugu people. There is no doubt that many Telugus live in these two countries.