Due to the nature of our society, migrants and migrant workers are placed in very unfavorable conditions when compared to the titular nations. They are forced to survive in unsanitary environments, undertake dangerous jobs at low pay to make a living, and are frequently harassed by law enforcement and government agencies. This significantly shortens their lifespans and exposes them to a variety of health hazards.
One of the greatest barriers to migrants is accessing quality healthcare, the language barrier. In many cases, they are unable to explain what is wrong with them. It makes them feel wary and avoid centralized healthcare systems altogether. Another barrier involves money, as most migrants cannot afford to give up 20,000 dollars a year to receive the most basic insurance. The government does not compensate them with half of the initial price either. Lastly, migrants are racially discriminated against by the general populace, which marginalizes them and makes their lives more dangerous.