eth125 Modern Challenges in Immigration

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If I were a Latino trying to receive a legalized status in America, the first step would be to apply using the immigration forms. I would have many expensive fees to pay, including $80 to be fingerprinted so the FBI could check my background. Of course I could come to America illegally, but I would not receive the same benefits. Those benefits include an established status, I would be able to apply for any job I was qualified for, I would be protected against deportation, and would even receive driving privileges. I do not believe the United States Government policy should favor certain kinds of immigrants. All immigrants should be treated equally and go through the same
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Unformatted text preview: process. However, I do believe that citizenship preference should be given depending on each circumstance. For instance refugees, they are granted the right to enter a country because of fear of political or religious persecution. Or asylees, who have already entered the United States and are here for protection because of persecution. Each immigrant, regardless of how much money they have or do not have should have the right to gain naturalization, as long as they meet the requirements, like the ability to pass a test in U.S. government and history and have a good moral character. I also do not believe certain countries should be given priority on applications. Each should be treated equally, regardless of the country they are coming from. These are only my personal beliefs....
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