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Foreigners Will Go Home If South African Government Decides To Do This| Opinion.

Foreigners Will Return Home If This Decision Is Made By The South African Government | Opinion.

South Africa's immigration dilemma has reached its pinnacle. South Africans want them out of the nation, but it will take a long time for illegal immigrants to go. However, there is a mechanism for foreigners to voluntarily depart the nation.

The current state of South Africa's immigration dilemma is likely a result of government neglect. The country's borders are porous, and the officials tasked with protecting them allow illegal entry by foreign nationals. The government could change this, though, if it so desired.

Due to war and insecurity in their homelands, immigrants typically flee to another nation. These individuals are commonly known as refugees. When refugees arrive in a new country, they are housed in refugee camps. In South Africa, however, there are no refugee camps and people are permitted to integrate into the local communities.

However, the government can induce illegal immigrants to return home voluntarily if they construct refugee camps and house illegal immigrants there. Additionally, the government should deploy soldiers to ensure that refugees remain in the camp. Eventually, economic migrants will return home because there will be nothing to do in the refugee camps.

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