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Unformatted text preview: Immigration Jennifer Bryan University of Phoenix I picked to be an immigrant from China. The reason why I would want to move to the United States is because I have lived in my country since I was born, I have not have the ability to see anything outside my country. In my country there is only one language, one way of thinking, and one race. Which in the United States there are many languages, my ways of thinking, and many races. One of the reasons why I would like to live in the United States is because I would have a better opportunity to make something better for myself. I could get a good job attend a college to where I can get a degree in something that interests me. I will have the ability to wear what I want I dont have to wear what I am told to wear. I have done my research and I have found out that is really hard to come into the United States legally. I have found out that I must have a green card, fill out an N-400 application form and I would have to be fingerprinted so the FBI can conduct a search on me. But first in order for me to complete all have to be fingerprinted so the FBI can conduct a search on me....
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2011 for the course ETH 125 taught by Professor Harrington during the Spring '11 term at Central New Mexico Community College.
- Spring '11