While there are social and psychological benefits associated with multiculturalism, the economic benefits have kept the country attractive. Due to the presence of people from several cultures, it offers an opportunity to make adequate returns from exports (Collins and Kunz, 2007). For example, the indigenous crafts and flavored products of certain cultures are available at one place which is easier for other countries to procure and minimize their investments (AHRC, 2015). Yet another reason is the opportunity for increased skilled labor and productivity. This has brought international trade links and wide reach of community. It is noted that the regional development serves as the foundation for a country’s multicultural sustainability. The employment equity has enhanced giving way for better productivity. Increased creativity is an advantage as it increases the scope for new businesses in the market (Callus, 2016). Countries like Australia, New York and Hong Kong are widely chosen by immigrants because the cities are economically rich and offer more opportunities. This thought leads to multicultural presence.