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Park 1Benjamin Park12/4/16English 101FinalImmigration History Immigration played a very important role in American history and is perhaps one of the greatest struggle issues. There are many sides to immigration, and no matter where you are from, most views on immigration are sad. Most immigrants lead lives that the rest of us only read about in books. I believe, Mexicans moved to almost every region of the United States from Alaska to Atlanta, but I support to Mexicans want to enter border in the United States.One main part of it, American encouraged relatively open immigration to settle its empty lands before there are rapid communications and transportation. Mexico's relationship to the United States has a long history. In 1835 Texas, Mexican territory declared its independence and ten years later was annexed to the United States. After that came the U.S.-Mexican War. For example, sometimes Mexicans were invited, as they were during World War II by a treaty that allowed an unlimited number of soon possible workers to fill agricultural jobs here. By the end of the program in 1964, more than 4.5 million Mexicans had come to work soon in the United States, huge number of same legal immigrants. Legal immigration, which had also increased continue over the years was
Park 2eventually checked. By the early 1980s, some 55 percent of all undocumented immigrants in the U.S. came from Mexico, accounting for an estimated two-thirds of all Mexican immigration. The U.S. government has cracked down over the years. It has building barbed wire fences and high metal walls along the long border. Some of these businesses low the immigrant. They make them work endless hours and they do not pay overtime. They offer no insurance benefits and they allow them to live in very poor living requires. Most of the immigrants do not know their rights. But sometimes risking their lives to cross the guarded borders, and when they do, most manage to keep their ties to their families in Mexico, something that few other immigrant groups can do. Immigrants allow into the United Statesfrom all over the world. This is especially true for Mexican immigrants because of their country's poverty. "The United States became a poor Mexican's protection, his escape border, his possible to suggest expected of him in the Old World. This may jar Americans who see the rough lives many immigrants lead and ¦To the man who departs less yet returnswith cash to spend, the United States affords dignity, respect, and sweet vindication." (Quinones 8). Not every man that leaves their county to seek a better life in the United States of America is able to fulfill their dream. Millions of money is transported from the U.S. into Mexico every year by illegal immigrants. They take their hard earned money and

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