A very current word today that represents a variegated universe, as well as a phenomenon that has always characterized the life of human beings. Defined as a permanent transfer or temporary movement of people to a country other than that of origin, immigration affects the entire planet, although the states of departure and arrival have changed with the succession of historical periods.
As in any phenomenon, immigration is also characterized by multiple and varied reasons. Poverty is undoubtedly one of the greatest incentives to abandon the native places: emigrating to another country is often the only way out of a life spent in poverty, a way to improve one’s conditions by looking for a job to do. within the host country. Other times, however, the reason behind the move is eminently ‘political’: dictatorships, persecutions, wars and genocides push entire families to seek freedom outside their own country, oppressed by the aforementioned phenomena. (Sapere.it)