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Lastly, the W-Visa fails to acknowledge the importance of the assimilation of immigrant workers into the American culture. We believe that an effective immigration reform consists of an efficient assimilation plan for all incoming workers. The United States prides itself on the freedom and history of the country and the ideals of self government. Most Americans receive some type of education that enables them to understand how the United States progressed and came to be what it is today. It is important that citizens and the people of the United States are familiar with the ideals and principles that are held in such high regard in this country. It is the belief of the American Enterprise Institute that, “Vast foreign-born communities, unable to speak English and unfamiliar with our history or democratic vocation, would change this country in unacceptable ways” (Noriega 1). The W-Visa bill would promote the unacceptable changes in the United States since it encourages immigrants to come into the country to work for any employer, receiving the same rights as any U.S. worker. We believe that the immigrant workers
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