Make sure you've visited the Learning Zone and taken the quiz before you answer this question!
We have learnt that:
A migrant is a person who moves from one place to another to find work or better living conditions, for example.
An asylum-seeker is a person who is forced to leave their country and apply to live in another country for protection.
Governments have rules for who can enter and stay in their country and these are often different depending on if someone is a migrant or an asylum-seeker. So your Thinking Question is:
Should a country's entry rules be different for asylum-seekers compared to migrants?
How to answer: Give both sides of the argument followed by your opinion, for example:
"One reason for the YES side is...
One reason for the NO side is...
My opinion is... because..."