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I chose the immigrant group of the Mexican background. To the question: should United States government policy favor certain kinds of immigrants? I don’t think the US should discriminate between who they allow and do not allow to enter the US. I think it should be both fair and really looked into. I think the US government should take more caution and really do extensive background checks on who wanted to enter. To the question: should citizenship preference be given to the neediest applicants, the most talented, the most oppressed, or the richest? I do not think it is fair to pick and choose who gets to come into the country. I believe everyone should have a fair chance and that regardless of personal wealth or talent each person should have to work as hard to get accepted as the others. To the question: should applicants from certain countries be given priority? Once again it
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Unformatted text preview: seems unfair to everyone else to give certain people from certain countries priority to enter the US. To allow one person the ease of entering the US and making someone else wait sometimes months for a response is just unethical for us to do. I do think that every person should be screened and made to take test and taught some of the basic laws of this country. This will be much easier on everyone in the long run and make this country safer for everyone. One of the biggest issues with immigrants is there is a strong language barrier between the people who speak English and the people who speak Spanish. I see that many of the workers that are here in the US are not able to understand or communicate. I believe if you enter this country you should know how to speak the language if you are living here....
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  • Spring '10
  • STACYHOLLIDAY
  • English-language films, Immigration to the United States, U.S. state, Federal government of the United States, Law of the United States

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