Samples "Immigration to the US"

Immigration to the US

Ways of Coexisting: Reform and Revolution

In the book, “Clay Wall”, Ronyoung Kim describes the family of an immigrant. This family had gone to the United States to search for greener pastures as well as look for a way of coexisting within the people of the United States of America. The immigrant was a Korean family....

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Professor Speaks Out Against Immigration Procedures

Giorgio Agamben, an Italian philosopher, canceled his plans for teaching (NYU (New York University) and UCLA (the University of California at Los Angeles)) in 2003 due to the way immigrants were being processed at that time (Schaefer). Starting that year, alien visitors to the United States soil were required to...

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Immigration Federalism

In essence, a policy is a premeditated structure of principles to steer decisions and accomplish rational outcomes. In America, for instance, the national government adopts policies, and it sets protocols that the state and local government ought to adopt to implement the policy (Federal-State Tug Of War: Drawing The Lines...

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How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents

“How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents” is a novella by Julia Alvarez that details the struggles of a Dominican-American family while settling into New York. Alvarez explains the story of the family through a series of flashbacks in the novel. These flashbacks make it easier for us to observe...

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ECO Project

For decades, the U.S. government has been fighting with illegal immigration. With the beginning of a new financial crisis, calls for introducing measures against illegal immigration have become much tougher. A belief persists that illegal immigrants contribute to the existing economic misbalances and take jobs from native employees, thus raising...

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