Samples "Immigration"

Immigration

Migrations from Puerto Rico to the United States mainland started as early as 1898 when the island officially become a United States territory, but it wasn’t until the 2000-2011 period, that the very largest migration wave, of a staggering 300,000 officially tilted the scales – making the United States mainland...

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Social disorganization theory would feel that immigration is responsible for crime. It feels immigration and high population growth are the key components of crime because the increased crowded conditions in urban centers create chaos. This chaos results in friction between the residents of the community and a higher demand for...

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U.S. is often called the land of immigrants and it is not difficult to understand why. Besides Native Indians, all other ethnic groups can trace their ancestry to other countries including those in Europe and Africa. As a country that has primarily been built by the immigrants, one would expect...

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Introduction Citizenship has proven to be a fundamental mechanism in fostering integration and making people feel fully committed and connected to Australia. In the Bill Inquiry 2017 Submission 195 on strengthening the requirements for Australian Citizenship and other measures, “Applicants will be required to demonstrate a minimum of four years...

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Choosing a city of residence is not an easy task because each city is characterized by its own strengths and weaknesses. In this essay, I am going to compare two large cities one might consider as potential places of residence: Mexico City and Dallas. These cities have been selected for...

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This paper will assess the contributions of the Mexican American immigration to the culture and history of the southwest. In 1990, the census results approximated that 12 million people of Mexican origin settled in the United States. This was a 4.7% of the whole American population and 62% of the...

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I conducted my interview with Vivenne Farquharson, a child care worker in Brooklyn New York, using video chat. Vivenne has been a legal temporary worker in the United States, on and off, for about a decade. She typically works or four months, then returns home for 6 to 12 weeks...

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Immigration has become a hot-button issue in the United States currently. The national election brought the issue to the forefront after years of partisan bickering. The topic became important as the leading candidate for the presidency—and the current president—announced time and again that illegal immigrants were hurting the American economy...

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Undocumented immigrants are technically breaking federal immigration law, however most are hardworking, and they supply labor for necessary jobs at a lower price than would otherwise be available. The children of undocumented immigrants grow up with many of the same influences as children who are American citizens. They also have...

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