In order to get rid of such type of above-mentioned problems, governments presented numerous deregulatory policies to restrict the movement of individuals internationally.
Among many other nations like the United States, Canada, France, and Iran, immigration within the nation of the United Kingdom in this recent age is extremely large and noteworthy. After World War II, the number of immigrants increased within the United Kingdom as compared to others that increased its rate of unemployment and poverty. Therefore, the economic growth of the nation of United Kingdom remained restricted as compared to Europe and Germany. Hence, it might be stated that globalization acted as a tidal wave that increased the velocity of people, capital, and products in the entire globe.
Migration is an after effect of globalization. Although globalization seems to be a buzz term it triggered the circulation of goods and products internationally. Transnational circulation of products attracted the individual from different nations for migration. It might be explained more vividly through ‘push-pull model’. Numerous socialists described that there are various factors such as social abuse, environmental disasters, poverty, and unemployment that pushed the individual to leave their home-town and migrate to new regions. On the other hand, pull factors are positive factors that attract the individual towards a new region in search of employment opportunities, economic prosperity, educational facilities etc. To get rid of these above-mentioned factors, people travel from one place to another and integrate into a community (Focus-Migration, n. d.)
Lack of jobs: It is one of the prime reasons that forced numerous individuals of varying religions and cultures to leave their own hometown and migrate to different locations. I