Immigration in Spain
Immigrants typically migrate to an unfamiliar land for permanent residence, with a few of the reasons being Economic interest, Political issues, and warfare and natural disasters. Moroccan immigrants regularly find themselves settling into Spain as their final destination. This is mainly due to the Spanish Border Patrol's obsolete anti-falsification technology and the Governments poor relation with Morocco. If the technology in Spain were to be improved, Spain could limit their problem with immigration whilst still developing their relation with Morocco.
The Spanish Civil war of 1936 until 1939 proves to be one of the preeminent causes for the many immigrants moving into Spain. During the Civil War many families were forced to flee Spain and live in various countries across Europe. Once they were able to return a sizable foreign population followed them in search of work. This being the alibi that many Illegal immigrants use. Still in 1995 and in 1999 the European Union paid Morocco over six billion euros in an attempt for the Moroccan Government to create more jobs and therefore limit the amount of immigration. Despite the amount that was paid, more than 500,000 Moroccans still fled their home nation during 2001-2011. Besides the immigrants Spain must also deal with the large amount of drugs smuggled in with the immigrants.
Under the EU law, if an asylum seeker applies and manages to be a recognized refugee, the government must provide them with things like food and shelter, the government must also pay for education if necessary. On the other hand, if one is caught attempting to immigrate illegally, they have the right to plea against the decision of the Administrative Court. Their argument might then be looked at by the Supreme Administrative court, but if the decision chosen is to prohibit the immigrant from entering, they have no other choice but to leave. The decision could be positive as well, for example, an applicant who has...