I’m reposting a recent and very interesting blog post by Bryan Caplan,
Argentina officially has near-open borders. At least on paper, you only need an employer or family member to sponsor you. The country isn’t as quite First World, but with per-capita GDP around $15,000, Argentina would be a huge step up for most of the workers of the world.
Question: How hard would it be to set up a cost-effective charity to help sponsor the global poor for immigration to Argentina? Responses from GiveWell, the broader Effective Altruism community, and Argentina experts are especially welcome.