Revisiting Migration Issues in Pakistan is a collection of articles, based on the primary research conducted by the different scholars across Pakistan. It mainly addresses the international migration related issues in Pakistan. Few of the articles are addressing the general patterns of international migration and its impact on the local communities in Pakistan while there are some articles on the issues of utilization patterns of international remittances. Subsequently, this book also focuses on the brain drain issues and how the internationalization of the job market has increased the chances for the skilled persons to move abroad for the search of reasonable professions. The article presented in this book shows that migration of the parents had inverse affect on the education performance of their children left behind. Last article of the book addresses the problems of the social integration of the Pakistani migrants living in Norway.