When migrants go home, they bring back money, skills and ideas that can change a country
2019 Jul 19
Between 1990 to 2015, nearly half of all migrants worldwide went back to their country of birth, whether by choice or by force. Shutterstock
Deportees and other migrants return home wealthier, more educated and with more work experience than people who never left. This 'brain gain' benefits the whole community, financially and politically.