Week 3 Day 5 Modern challenges in Immigration

Week 3 Day 5 Modern challenges in Immigration - immigrants...

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Rev. Corey P. Self Yes, the U.S. Government should limit immigrants to certain types. As it stands now, we have a lot of immigrants coming into the US that have no means or very little to support themselves. At one time everyone had to have a sponsor that was responsible for the welfare of the person or families that are not taking place now and these people are going to different agency looking for help or in some cases have ways to get benefits that they don't need or should be receiving. Our Government supports a lot of countries and their needs we shouldn't be questioned as to the kinds of people immigrating into the US that contribute to the growth of the United States without being a burden. Our country was built by
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Unformatted text preview: immigrants that work hard and gave their hearts and souls to achieve what we are trying to maintain today. Citizenship should be given to those who earn it, like students, marriage - out of love, not those who are saying they are starving to death. ..there are plenty of starving people here in the U.S. that were born here and to import more starving people. ..that doesnt make any money at all. No--why should certain countries get priority? Many permanent U.S. green card holders must meet the qualification prior to application of N-400- Naturalization & Citizenship form. You are not granted U.S. citizenship according to your country of origin, nor should you be....
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This note was uploaded on 05/07/2011 for the course AXIA ETH/125 taught by Professor Allenfarina during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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