India has been caught in a dilemma over its illegal immigration policy, as thousands of young people enter the country illegally to study.
But there’s little evidence that the government is taking any action to stop the flow.
Here’s how to understand the government’s inaction.
First, the numbers are a mystery.
India’s government claims it has taken the “largest number” of people who have arrived from the United States since 1990.
But a recent report by the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) found that there are almost 3,000 cases of “illegally arriving children and young adults” in India each year, mostly from the US and other Asian countries.
And it’s not just the young people that India is letting into the country.
Many of those are minors.
India has no legal limit on the number of migrants it allows into the nation.
According to the Indian Statistical Office, only 10,811 migrants entered the country last year.
The problem, according to experts, is that the vast majority of them come from China, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Myanmar, the three countries that have been blamed for exacerbating the refugee crisis by sending migrants from their impoverished nations into India.
They come to India to work in the service industries, or to start businesses.
They’re not going to be sent back to the countries they came from, said Keshav Bhatt, director of the Centre for Immigration Research at Jawaharlal Nehru University.
“India is becoming a very rich country, and it’s becoming a rich country for its citizens, not for its migrants,” Bhatt told The Hill.
But there are two problems with the numbers.
The first is that, in reality, India’s official statistics are often skewed by the country’s massive population growth.
The government has a population of more than 7.3 billion people, according the United Nations.
The country has nearly 2.3 million migrants per day.
India only has about 700,000 people.
“It is possible that there may be a lot of people that have entered the Indian economy that we just don’t know about, so it is hard to estimate the total number of people entering the country from China and elsewhere,” said Sangeeta Kumar, a senior research fellow at the University of Oxford’s Migration Observatory.
“That is why it is important to understand what is happening in India and to ask why it has not been addressed.”
The second problem is that India has an extremely high number of non-citizens who are living in the country and who are contributing to its poverty problem.
According the United Nation’s Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), there are about 7.6 million non-citizen households in India.
That’s about 10 percent of the country population.
India is not a particularly wealthy country and its citizens are not the only ones with financial problems.
India needs to do more to address the problem.
The government needs to stop giving migrants a leg up.
They are being given a visa that they do not need and are not receiving proper education.
That is not good for them and they should be encouraged to get a job or find another job.
“I think that we need to make sure that if a migrant enters the country, it is not the last person that they get,” Kumar said.