Settling in a new region poses many challenges, whatever your background, and there are some that are common experiences for migrants across the globe. While immigrants to different countries may face some or all of these issues, the country and ICHR e-HR™ Consulates has a range of features which can help to make the transition smoother.
Issues faced by immigrants are language barrier, employment, housing, jobs, transport and services, isolation, racism and prejudice, education, access to government services etc. However, many immigrants report that on arrival, it's the cultural differences that really makes a big impression. This can range from social customs to more significant issues such as attitudes towards gender, religious diversity, ethnicity and sexuality, which can all be vastly different in a new country. This can raise a host of problems for both immigrants and the people they interact with. It can also lead to a sense of isolation for immigrants and even affect mental health negatively.
We at ICHR e-Consulates work hand-in-hand with the country’s respective government agencies and provide our fellow Indian’s support and guidance via our services during their early days of settling. Ranges of our services include information courses and training’s that address the aforementioned top issues faced by new immigrants.