Modern Challenges in Immigration

Modern Challenges in Immigration - reasons for immigration...

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Modern Challenges in Immigration The immigrant group that I have chosen is Asians. As an Asian, yes I would want to immigrate to the United States. I would make this decision because in the United States there are more opportunities for myself and my family. I would be able to provide better things for my children such as a better education, and the possibility of a more successful future. The opinion I have on the whole entire immigration process, is yes it is an extensive amount of work and a long process. In the end it will be worth going through all of that work, and paying the price to become an immigrant because of the benefits for my family in the future. I do not think that the United States government policy should favor any kind of immigrant over another. This would be unfair and unjust, and could be determined to be prejudice. I do believe that the government policy should favor reasons for immigration, such as immigrants seeking immigration for employment status or refugee/political asylum. To me these
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Unformatted text preview: reasons for immigration benefit the United States more than would a spouse of a citizen seeking immigration. I believe that citizenship preference to the neediest, richest or most oppressed could not work. While immigrants that are more financially stable than others would be able to afford the fees associated with becoming an immigrant should not even be considered. They should not have any problems establishing becoming an immigrant. What about the immigrants that are not able to afford these fees? I think immigrants that are more oppressed than others should have some type of help available to them for the fees. In some areas I do think there are different types of associations available to oppressed immigrants. There should be no applicants from certain countries given any kind of priority. If this were a consideration, it should be determined on the circumstances the applicants are facing in their home country; such as war, starvation, etc....
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