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Rogers 1 Jacob Rogers Mrs. Cluiss English 1301 24 June 2004 Shifting the Outcome of Immigration When a person in need sees an opportunity to make their own life easier, that person tries to help themselves in any way possible. To Mexican citizens, the United States offers a new beginning. The “American Dream” gives Mexicans a place to go in need of help. The United States helps others by giving jobs and benefits. Also, our cultural traditions are unique to our country. Caring is perhaps one of our oldest traditions. We assist others, and that appeal attracts immigrants to the United States. Immigration is a problem in our country today. If the problem is not stopped, it will become greater. Immigration is the process of leaving one country and settling in another. We are forced to let in several million foreign immigrants every year. The majority of immigrants let in our country today are Mexicans. Immigration is a large problem in the United States today with no end in sight. They seek opportunity. Most Mexicans fleeing to America have little money and few years of education. Mexican immigration has added significantly to the size of the low socio-economic
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2008 for the course ENGL 1301 taught by Professor Purcell during the Spring '07 term at Texas A&M.

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