Hessa : Regarding bidons in Kuwait.. should we, the citizens of Kuwait, fight for their rights (nationality, health care, education, etc, or we better off without them having the Kuwaiti nationality, keeping in mind the financial burden they will cause
I have come to learn this term just recently, and if anyone else is wondering. Bidoons is the arabic term for illegal immigrants.
As to the question. I think that you, the citizens of Kuwait, should NOT invest in fighting for their rights. This approach proves tiring and draining to resources, not to mention time consuming. However, the humanitarian aspect is not to be disregarded. These are people that often left their homes and their children for a better opportunity, rarely with enough money for them to return back to their homes should things not prevail for them.
I think there are two solutions that would uni formally work for everyone. A short term solution and a long term solution. First, you need to assume that the majority of asylum seekers, and illegal immigrants leave their countries for better working opportunities. The short term solution entails granting these immigrants what's called a 'work visa'. A work visa is basically a permit that allows these workers to remain in any given country should they prove to be employed. This gives them the basic workforce rights set by the state, such as being applied to the standard working hours, health and safety guidelines and personal damages laws. This also prevents employers from reducing their pay under the minimum wages set by the state.
From an employer's perspective. This prevents him from having to deal with the recurring 'mishaps' of illegal immigrant employment and their associated problems. With the correct amount of restrictions and properly set guidelines this will relieve the state from their illegality by offering them Visas authenticated by proper state issued identification. By restrictions here, I mean not offering them nationality, unless they've completed a preset of requisites. A minimum amounts of stay years or a minimum amount of capital investment in the country and not exceed a certain quota in a criminal record.
The long term approach would be to, strengthen borders and enforce more rigid border jumping punishments under a unified United Nations asylum treaty. Preventing these people from entering the country is much easier than having to deal with them. Such a treaty would also penalize countries for certain miconducts (such as the killing, and drowning of West African population trying to get in countries like France & Spain through sea), and at the same protect the rights of these asylum seekers.