Is it better to ban immigration behavior than to impose fee-based access?

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 Is it better to ban immigration behavior than to impose fee-based access?


In other words, only those who are willing to pay the price can be admitted by bidding for immigration qualifications.

Through such screening criteria, even without a thorough survey, it can be found that people who pay high access fees tend to be those who have a positive impact.

These people are willing to live in the local area for a long time, because developed countries can provide more and better job opportunities, most of them are hard-working, capable, and can earn access fees through work. Of course, in the case of fee-paying immigrants, they may encounter undesirable immigrants. Therefore, while toll admission is allowed, additional admission conditions are needed to restrict the applicants age, health and criminal record. Another problem is that for the rich who are about to retire or do not intend to do any work after immigration, they only enjoy welfare after immigration, but it is difficult to increase the benefits for the country. These people can also be allowed access if they are willing to spend more money to compensate for the damage they have caused to immigrant countries. Because the country considers whether immigrants can be admitted or not, the most important question is whether the advantages outweigh the disadvantages when the pros and cons are offset. Source: Netease Financial Responsibility Editor: Yang Bin_NF4368

These people are willing to live in the local area for a long time, because developed countries can provide more and better job opportunities, most of them are hard-working, capable, and can earn access fees through work.

Of course, in the case of fee-paying immigrants, they may encounter undesirable immigrants. Therefore, while toll admission is allowed, additional admission conditions are needed to restrict the applicants age, health and criminal record.

These people can also be allowed access if they are willing to spend more money to compensate for the damage they have caused to immigrant countries.

Because the country considers whether immigrants can be admitted or not, the most important question is whether the advantages outweigh the disadvantages when the pros and cons are offset.