· Fills skill gaps and shortages in the labour market, doing jobs that locals often do not want to do.
· Reduces wage inflation, as labour supply equals demand.
· Economic growth, as migrants are also consumers.
· Migrants can open new markets, e.g. demand for ethnic foods.
· Can be seen as a good, cheap source of labour.
· Adds to cultural diversity.
· Migrants can bring new ideas to the country.
· Reduces wages for domestic workers and often take locals jobs, or cause wages to be reduced on average.
· Low-skilled migrants may not be very productive as they need training.
· Some migrants may be a burden on the state (education, health, and housing), may be a need for translators that services cannot afford.
· Demand for resources,…