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Immigration

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For Students, Travel Ban Spells Uncertainty

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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Life Changing Decision

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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Settlers and Natives

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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Does Immigration Help or Hurt America?

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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President Trump’s policies on Immigration and the roll back of the Affordable Care Health Plan

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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Different types of citizenship in the USA

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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Migration to the New World from Ukraine

Moving from the Ukraine to the United States was a journey that changed my life. I gave me a new home and new opportunities that I never thought I would have before. I did not have a great deal of expectations about the journey at the time that it took...

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Immigration Of A Chinese-American Family

This narrative will focus upon the immigration of a Chinese-American family, the Lees. Their children are first generation American citizens who lived and grew up in the United States but their story begins in a small district in Nanjing. The family, while successful in their pursuits, found themselves at odds...

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Migration of Humans to the New World from Europe in Early Prehistoric Times

The past few decades has seen a raging ideological debate and controversies on whether humans migrated to the new world from Europe in early pre-historic times. The proponents primarily set their basis on the Solutrean hypothesis that was proposed in the year 1998. The theory claims that the earliest American...

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Immigration Challenges And Opportunities

Immigrants in the North and West had many opportunities but were also faced with many challenges in the period between 1865 and 1910. The opportunities and difficulties had various similarities and differences. The present essay compares and contrasts between the challenges facing and opportunities available to the immigrants in the...

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Immigration Stories

When one looks into the phenomenon of immigration, different scopes of the issues and points can be raised in regards to analysis from the social perspective. What is yet striking while researching the topic is the fact that most of the studies currently focus on the phenomenon of the legal...

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Economic Effect Of Immigration

The economic effect of immigration doesn’t seem like it will be easily pinned down. Statistics show that it has both positive and negative outcomes. On one hand, large waves of immigrants coming into the states takes away jobs from less skilled native workers. This results in a higher unemployment rate,...

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Illegal Immigration In The US – Economic Aspect

Illegal immigration has been an issue in the United States for many years. Many citizens place blame on illegal immigration for the decline of the labor force and skilled trade jobs in the United States. It has been said that illegal aliens have come in and taken jobs for lesser...

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Immigration: Current Laws and Challenges

The issue of immigration is an ongoing sensitive topic, which is currently being argued in different areas right from local schools; in various areas like classes or board meetings, up to the courts of law. The two authors explore the issues surrounding immigration policies; whether rules should be stringent to...

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What Causes Illegal Immigration

Immigrants want to come to the United States for the opportunities it provides, be it employment, education, to join family members, or to live in a country that protects freedom of speech, religion and political ideals. For as long as the United States offers economic opportunities for people coming from...

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Demographic Trends In Mexico In Relation To Immigration

The population of Mexico has experienced a significant growth especially towards the end of the 20th Century. This increase in population caused an increase in the number of Mexican immigrants in the US. According to statistics, the overall population growth is slowing down. From the year 2030, the working-age population...

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Immigration Law

There are roughly 11 million undocumented immigrants in the United States. At current, many of these individuals live beneath the protection of the law, and have little legitimate means of attaining citizenship. Because they fear deportation, many of these individuals work in jobs where they are paid in cash, and...

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People’s Perception about Immigrants’ Attitude toward Culture

PURPOSE AND OVERVIEW Emigrating from a homeland is always challenging because of numerous problems immigrants must solve. They need to find a place to live, deal with the culture shock, and build trustful relationships with hosts. Unfortunately, the last part can be the hardest. Immigrants often struggle with hosts’ skepticism...

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