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I. History of Immigration A. The United States was founded by Immigrants. 1. Immigration started well before the country was established. 2. These immigrants came to North America for various reasons. Some came in hopes to get rich quick, while others came to avoid religious persecution and be able to practice their religion of choice. B. Many of the same goals that the first immigrants shared are still prevalent today. 1. Immigrants are willing to risk their lives to get into the United States in any way possible. 2. These immigrants are attempting to come to the United States because they can make more money, and access services that their own countries do not have available. II. United States Immigration Control A. The United States government has been attempting to control immigration since the late 1700's when rules were established for naturalized citizenship. 1. The Page Act of 1875 was the first immigration act that restricted immigration. 2. The last time any immigration reform was successfully passed by
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