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They might also need to learn the language of their country of origin, or particular cultural habits. Finally, the migrant will need to have practical information on how to return safely and on what to expect upon return; and know his or her rights, to ensure that these are respected during the journey and on arrival. Social capital. Reunification with family in the country of origin is extremely important, as family members will often help the returning migrant by providing shelter, food, and other types of support.
However, re-integration with family and the society might not be straightforward, as the person might have changed, or the society might be critical of the person who left e. Natural capital.
As discussed earlier, lack of natural capital might have been a driver for migrating in the first place; it is important that it does not become a reason for migrating again. The table below provides a high-level summary of the common needs for external support that migrants may have. While all areas are likely to need support, a darker colour indicates a generally higher need for external support. Sometimes migrants return to situations where they have limited opportunities for employment. Moreover, the access to financial income of returned migrants can be reduced as a result of injuries experienced during the journey.
Returned Honduran migrants highlighted that, once a migrant returns, he or she needs to find a job. However, if they have been severely injured e. They encouraged the establishment of agreements with companies to provide employment. Many people who suffer accidents decide not to go back and stay in Mexico because they do not want their families to have to support them, explained another.
Erroneous information on resettlement can lead to more vulnerable situations. Congolese migrants in Kenya explained that resettlement was sometimes erroneously communicated to people, who sold all their belongings and headed to the airport, only to find out that they were not on the list and that they had to restart from scratch.
Access to health care on the way home was seen as a major need. For example, some had been treated in hospital before being deported, and been given a month to recover. Some had been deported by plane, others by bus. Those deported by plane explained that it was the preferred option, because they landed in a main city where it was easier to receive medical attention.