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What’s An Immigration Regime? Exploring Migration Patterns Worldwide

For thousands of years, immigration has been an important tool to help people move around the world. Immigration has historically provided countries with economic, social, and cultural benefits. Ultimately, it has given rise to multicultural societies worldwide. Immigration patterns have changed over time for various reasons including the demands of colonization and the pursuit of economic and religious freedoms. As per MONDAQ – a content aggregator service in the legal industry with headquarters in New York, initially, human migration was not regulated, and it was influenced by many factors. Some countries welcomed and even pursued immigrants, while others started placing caps on immigration levels. Today, immigration is influenced by politics, government, economics, and changing societies. Different countries around the world have different regimes that affect the movement of people into and out of a country.

Neoliberal regime countries are attractive destinations for foreign talent because they have stable, free-market economies and mostly favorable immigration policies. Historical immigration trends and characteristics of the neoliberal immigration regime include high naturalization rates, immigration largely focused on labor, migration models focused on the short-term needs of employers, high numbers of work-related visas, both temporary and permanent, and much more. While some common characteristics of Free Movement Immigration regimes include: the free movement of goods, capital, information, and services, the free movement of people, and market economies.

Looking AheadImmigration is as important today as it was 100 years ago and countries with high immigration rates tend to experience many economic benefits and social diversity.
As workforces continue to go global, employers and their global mobility teams may discover that some countries are easier to send employees to than others, while other countries may be more restrictive toward immigration.

Understanding the immigration nuances of countries is essential for compliantly managing a global workforce, and AEG immigration services is here to help. Learn more about AEG global immigration service offerings regardless of where the candidates are located or where talent is needed.

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