Immigration

[Revised entry by Christopher Heath Wellman on March 23, 2015. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] There are a variety of important issues surrounding the morality of immigration, including
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[Revised entry by Christopher Heath Wellman on March 23, 2015. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] There are a variety of important issues surrounding the morality of immigration, including difficult questions regarding the definition and moral status of refugees, the circumstances (if any) in which it is permissible to use guest workers, what obligations a rich country incurs when it actively recruits skilled workers from a poor state, the rights of irregular migrants, and whether there are any limitations on the selection criteria a country may use in deciding...

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