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CheckPoint: Modern Challenges in Immigration 1 CheckPoint: Modern Challenges in Immigration February 03, 2011 Ryan O'Kelly
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CheckPoint: Modern Challenges in Immigration 2 I honestly feel that our government needs to favor certain conditions, not really certain immigrants. After the terrorist attacks in New York, our government really needs to be more cautious than when they let someone into the country. I do think that the government should favor towards people who had their family come over here during war time, and are not able to be with them unless they reside to the United States. I also think that our government should have a favor policy over children such as the child who had his mother move him to Brazil, now the father in the United States wants him back. I think that citizenship preference should be granted to the neediest and oppressed
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Unformatted text preview: applicants. The neediest I would think to be those who need to be with their families and now finally have a chance to reside here in the United States. Those who are oppressed (such as North Koreans) also should have a preference if they were allowed to leave there. In North Korea, the citizens starve and do not have a chance at a successful life. I think that the talented and the rich have an important role in providing services for our country, but they should not hold first preference. I do think certain countries should get a preference over others as well. Although only after other conditions have been exceeded such as children and family. I would much rather give someone coming from a third world country preference over someone coming from an industrialized nation, but only if other factors are not involved....
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