Modern Challenges in Immigration

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Modern Challenges in Immigration I do not feel that the United States government policy favor certain kinds of immigrants because that would be prejudice to say. But, I do agree with the 1965 Immigration and Naturalization Act, that in order to become a naturalized citizen you need to be; 18 years of age Have at least 5 years of continuous residence (3 years if you are a spouse of a U.S. citizen) Have good moral character as determined by the absence of conviction of certain criminal offenses. Have the ability to read, write, and speak and understand regular words in the English language. Be able to pass a test on U.S. government and history. Citizen status should be the same for all immigrants no matter how needy, talented, oppressed, or rich as long as they meet the qualifications of the Immigration and Naturalization Act of 1965. Although I
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Unformatted text preview: strongly believe that we should be tougher on immigrants that may be trying to enter the United States from a region or country that we may currently be at war with. I say this only for reasons of security. Under certain circumstances I would say yes that priority be given to applicants from certain countries. As the norm though, no they should be taken care of on a first come, first serve basis. An example of special circumstances would be when Hitler invaded several countries, people from different races, nationalities and religions were removed from their homes by choice thus being left with no country. We should allow those that wanted to resettle to this country to do so quicker because they would be unable to remain in their own country while waiting for a visa....
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