Labor migration becomes an important global phenomenon in recent decades. It represents about 190 million people, or about 3% of the world population, and a vital part of the global workforce. As a sequence of Globalization, labor migration has spread from the concern of a few countries to the concern of most of the world's countries. Virtually all the world’s countries become labor senders, receivers, or transit countries, and many are all three. This book contains three studies represents in international conferences and received a good acknowledge from scientist in my region and all over the world. These studies dealt with description and analysis to some phenomenon related to labor migration in Middle East and North Africa region such as labor migration, brain drain, impact of migrant’s remittances in the development of origin, and illegal migration from the region to west of Europe. In addition the possibility of intra-regional migration among the countries of the region in absorbing some sophisticated socioeconomic phenomena such as unemployment was addressed.