In my opinion it does. a person may not be able to find a job in his/her own country or they may have problem with the government. for example some people in Iran are not agree with the rules of the government so they leave their country.
Now, that depends on what you mean by problems? You have to be very clear on what type if you are going to debate with me. Now, I only chose this side to make a point that emigration will not entirely solve all your problems, and quite infact may cause you more problems. Typically, there is a heavy financial burden on the family and it is their belief moving to a new country will have a promise of, for example, "The American Dream". Long has it lost its truth. Surely, if you are coming from a country of anarchy or to escape governmental oppression, you will find it elsewhere. You might have a better life, you might not. But, what will you do after you come there? Unless you are a well-educated person, it might prove difficult to find a job in this harsh economy. I am, by no means, saying that you will never find a job. But, what are the chances you might? Who's to even say that the government will let you in? These are the kinds of questions, we have to consider.
Even them, countries have to spend more on you and your family: food stamps, health care, etc. Certainly, if your country is just that bad, moving to another country won't make things better. It might be just as worse. Every country will have its own problems, and an increased flow of immigration will only make things worse. Consider the boom in immigration in the early 20's. It was golden: entertainment, jazz, and a stable economy. Enter 9 years, and the entire country goes in a large depression. Now, its harder to keep and take care of your family, than it was back in your old country.