According to the theoretical framework of utilitarianism, Mill considered the advantages of migration crisis in Europe. This crisis is actually known to have a positive sizeable economic effect on some nations of Europe. Economists at the executive agency of Europe say that the bigger influx of individuals from Syria along with other zone in conflict is within the scope to have a positive impact on growth, rates of employment, and long- term finances of public in nations that are most affected (Skeldon 2014). The autumn economic forecasts of the Commission for the year 2015 expects the arrival of higher population by the end of the year 2016. This might result in increasing the annual growth of GDP from 0.2 per cent to 0.5 per cent in EU nations facing the crisis. Transit nations such as Slovenia and Hungary, in which migrants have started to move through, will be experiencing small gains of growth due to the stimulus impact of increased spending of the state. Others, like Germany and Sweden in which there is settlement of highest population of refugees, are within the scope of gaining maximum benefits. On the whole, for Europe, the impact of growth is small, but can be considered as more sizeable in certain states having membership of EU. Along with the boost of GDP because of increased activity of government, host nations are within the scope of lowering deficits of budget within the longer run due to contributions of migrants (Arango and Baldwin-Edwards 2014). This means that there will be availability of more spare cash for being spent over services for the public. In the mid to longer run, there can be an improvement of budgetary positions because of the influxes of migrants. It has been indicated in a number of researches that migrants of EU will be receiving less, typically in terms of individual benefits, than what is being contributed by them in social contributions and taxes.