The Iraq immigrants move to Australia in search for better future and to escape the chaotic life in Iraqi. They are motivated to migrate from this war ravaged country by different needs. In this work we will look at the motivation in detail. The immigrants are required to adapt to the new culture and learn English for communication with the different groups which are found in Australia. The language is used to communicate in this environment and various types of motives will be studied in relation to this case. The investment in English learning will also be studied and the two features in the learning process will be analyzed. In addition, the role the two factors play in the second language learning and acquisition will be evaluated independently.