Week 4 Immigration Theories

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What ethical and moral responsibility does the government of one country have to people who wish to immigrate from another country? How does this responsibility change, if at all, depending on factors such as

  • the political or economic stability/instability of the immigrant’s home country;
  • the political or economic stability/instability of the country the immigrant is seeking admission to;
  • the legal or illegal status of the immigrant within a host country; or
  • demographic variables pertaining to the immigrant such as his or her wealth, income, ethnicity, educational background, political status, family size, or other relevant variables?

Describe the ethical theory or perspective that reflects the viewpoint you are expressing here. Use at least one academic source in addition to the Mosser textbook that supports your main argument. Be sure to review and observe the class rules on the use of netiquette and show common courtesy to your classmates and instructor before posting your discussion.

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