The phenomenon of illegal migration represents a danger faced by all, whether by countries of origin of migration, countries of migrants’ transit, their receiving countries and the migrants themselves who witness death in their non-human journeys.
According to the United Nations statistics, figures and numbers have become an indicator of a real and actual danger of illegal migration issue and how this phenomenon can cause a demographic change in certain countries where migrants’ ratios are significant among the indigenous people of the country along with their traditions, values and ideas. In 2017, the migrants’ number reached 258 million as compared to about 173 million in 2000. On the other hand, it is believed that the ratio of migrants all over the world is a little bit higher than what is recorded during the last decades, i.e. more than 3.4% in 2017 compared to 2.8% in 2000 and 2.3% in 1980. In addition, there are about 68 million forcibly displaced including more than 25 million refugees, 3 million asylum seekers and more than 40 million internally displaced people.
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