Samples "Immigration"

Immigration

The U.S immigration ban on six major Islamic countries to enter the United States is sending a spell of uncertainty for many on- U.S citizens, particularly from the banned countries. Sadaf, an Iranian student studying fashion and design is reconsidering her stay and the course of her education in the...

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One life changing decision that I have made is to go to school in America. It has changed my life in way that I never could have dreamed. It was more of a choice that involved my feelings. I could not wait to get a new experience here. Going to...

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Part IThe document titled, “Discourse of Virginia” was written by Edward Maria Wingfield in but was not published until 1860s. Wingfield directed his message to the people of Virginia and the world at large, telling them to look at the system of administration and understand their roles as citizens (Wingfield,...

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Generations of Italians, Jews and Irish faced the challenges and prejudice of their times, lives in miserable ghettoes, and yet in a generation or two found their place in the heart of America which celebrated their contributions. However, our government at the federal and state levels are about to implement...

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New immigration is often viewed as threatening to the existing population, even when they themselves, or their ancestors, were immigrants. Such sentiments are fueled then, as they are now, by fears that these new settlers will take away resources from those already settled. There was clearly also fear of certain...

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The article in the New York Times says President Trump’s immigrant ban was porrly designed and implemented in haste. It even included those with green card and caused Iraqi translators for the U.S. Army to be detained temporarily. The ban has also prevented many visa holders from the countries in...

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Stigmatization and discrimination against immigrants has long been an unfortunate practice in America, and it has become a subject deserving of further study. The Irish have traditionally been an ethnic group of immigrants stigmatized in America, dating back to their emigration in the 19th century. In fact, John Francis Maguire’s...

620 words

In every nation state, it is often normal for the new administrations to come up with new polies or policy change in various critical sectors. This is evident in the contemporary events in the US whereby the Trump’s administration is putting into practice various pledges that were made during the...

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Citizenship is defined as the legal rights to belong to a particular country (Walenta par 2). The writer asserts that a citizen is a person who is recognized as a member of a country and owes allegiance to the government and is supposed to be protected by the government (Walenta...

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