|In you can't afford to live on Luna, get used to this.|
Dang. Hadn't thought of that.
Assuming that the Lunarian citizens are not Permanent Residents of some other nation, They would have to get one of the many Visas available to workers and other travelers to foreign lands that we have available today. Of course, all of these expire eventually, so what's a Loonie to do? They can't go home, and they can't stay.
Unfortunately, we have refugee camps too.
Given the post-total-global-war climate that The Black Desert is set in, there will inevitably be scads of refugee camps all around Terra. These will be the homes of the poor, homeless, possibly diseased and maimed, and other sentient detritus that comes under the name of "collateral damage" among those responsible for creating the dispossessed. Of course, when you can download people to AI, or even just save them on a hard drive, will the refugee camp as we know it even exist? Will be replaced with simple data storage, or even a Virtual World?
I mentioned yesterday, it's a bad idea to even think about Transitioning people (as in, into Transhumans) that are enemies, criminals or other types likely to be unpredictable. That being said, there is always the avenue of Labor Camps for such cases. Despite having a justifiably atrocious reputation for being a cheap way to maintain a war machine while exterminating people, Labor Camps can occasionally be run without coming to the attention of Amnesty International.
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