Are migrants fully integrated in Spain society?

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Are migrants fully integrated in Spain society?

Post by luciapradas on Sun Feb 11, 2018 10:34 am

In my opinion I think that the are fully integrated,
Immigrants from Spain feel more integrated than those settled in northern Europe.
According to a survey conducted by the King Baudouin Foundation and the
Migration Policy Group, foreigners residing in Madrid
and Barcelona (the two Spanish cities taken as reference) enjoy more ease to resolve certain bureaucratic procedures, such as applying for residency, family reunification or nationality, or to find work and learn the language.
This is the page where I found some information that I modified: http://www.abc.es/20120522/sociedad/abci-integracion-inmigrantes-espana-201205221622.html

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Re: Are migrants fully integrated in Spain society?

Post by Andreaborcha on Sun Feb 11, 2018 9:16 pm

I think you have done a good job searching for information although I don’t understand what you have written in the last sentences. I don’t agree with you when you said that immigrants are fully integrated because they don’t make effort to be integrated. You forgot to say that as the come from poor countries looking for a job, they don’t have the same opportunities as the Spanish people that have studied for a job.

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