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Chapter 025 Immigration File: Chapter 025 Immigration [Question] 1. Economic immigrants: A. are definfed as any international migrants that have an impact on the economy. B. are defined as international migrants motivated by economic gain. C. only impact the economy if they enter the country legally. D. include not only people, but also any capital that migrates from another country. Answer: B Topic: Number of immigrants Learning Objective: 25-01: Describe the extent of legal and illegal immigration into the United States. Difficulty: 1 Easy Blooms: Level 1 Remember AACSB: Analytic [Question] 2. About ________ of recent annual population growth in the United States is the result of immigration. A. one-tenth B. one-fifth C. one-third D. one-half Answer: C Topic: Number of immigrants Learning Objective: 25-01: Describe the extent of legal and illegal immigration into the United States. Difficulty: 1 Easy Blooms: Level 1 Remember AACSB: Analytic [Question] 3. About ________ of recent annual labor force growth in the United States is the result of immigration. A. one-tenth B. one-fifth C. one-third D. one-half Answer: D Topic: Number of immigrants Learning Objective: 25-01: Describe the extent of legal and illegal immigration into the United States. Difficulty: 1 Easy Blooms: Level 1 Remember Chapter 025 Immigration AACSB: Analytic [Question] 4. In 2009, the greatest number of legal immigrants arriving in the United States came from: A. India and El Salvador. B. the Dominican Republic and Cuba. C. China and Vietnam. D. Mexico and China. Answer: D Topic: Number of immigrants Learning Objective: 25-01: Describe the extent of legal and illegal immigration into the United States. Difficulty: 1 Easy Blooms: Level 1 Remember AACSB: Reflective Thinking Status: New [Question] 5. The U.S. Census Bureau estimates that from 2000 to 2009, the net inflow of unauthorized immigrants was about: A. 100,000 annually. B. 250,000 annually. C. 350,000 annually. D. 700,000 annually. Answer: B Topic: Number of immigrants Learning Objective: 25-01: Describe the extent of legal and illegal immigration into the United States. Difficulty: 1 Easy Blooms: Level 1 Remember AACSB: Analytic Status: New [Question] 6. The H1-B provision of immigration law: A. allows 65,000 high-skilled workers in specialty occupations to enter and work in the United States for six years. B. raised U.S. annual immigration quotas from 500,000 to 700,000. C. established a lottery for the admission of diversity immigrants into the United States. D. provided amnesty to over one million illegal immigrants in 1989-1991, allowing them to become legal citizens of the United States. Answer: A Topic: Number of immigrants Learning Objective: 25-01: Describe the extent of legal and illegal immigration into the United States.... View Full Document

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