Complexities of Immigration: An In-Depth Look at Both Sides

Travelers stand in line at customs and immigration at the airport.

The immigration argument has raged for decades, and both sides have valid points. Some who support open borders point to the economic benefits of immigration, citing studies that demonstrate immigrants provide value to both their new and home countries. They also believe that this influx contributes to the development of a more lively society with varied cultural ideas and experiences.