Between 2000 and 2015, Asia added more international migrants than any other major region with a total of 26 million additional migrants. With the rise of industrialisation Asian economies are steadily growing and hence in need of a growing labour force. Migrants are leaving their country of origin in order to seek employment and a better for life their families. However the countries which are hosting these migrant workers are facing big socio/economic challenges today such as forcing them into filling vacancies, which seem unappealing to the local citizens. This results in migrants being forced into executing low end jobs, which undervalue their skills, prevents development and assimilation in the country of destination. Whilst countries have tried to make improvements by forming partnerships and developing programs many countries experience various rates of growth and development, which means their priorities differ in the pursuit of their economic goals. It is crucial to recognise the trends and disparities on this continent in order to find a global solution for the assimilation of migrants.