As the world becomes increasingly globalized, people, institutions, governments, and financial systems become more entwined and interdependent. In the past two decades, the world has become drastically more connected through the Internet, improvements in air travel and other forms of transportation, and expansion of global business endeavors. As political interconnections have expanded, and people become more aware of opportunities in other regions, migration increases to take advantage of better political conditions, economics, and social systems. Migration can also benefit governments, businesses, and communities. In many cases, both origin and destination countries work together to create opportunities for migration.