Modern Challenges in Immigration

Modern Challenges - countries should be granted priority over others I think only in cases of war natural disaster or severe persecution I know

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Rather or not the United States government should favor certain kinds of immigrants regarding are current policy is a loaded question. Yes, we should favor people who were positive in their current communities and do not have a history of crime or violence. No, we should not favor people based on their race or what country they are coming from. When it comes to who needs citizenship many things do come into play, such as their needs and wants. It is hard to decide between the neediest, most or less talented, most or less oppressed, or who does or does not have money. I think that it should come down to why they want to come to our country, is for schooling, to attend a academy for their talents, to escape oppression or persecution, or rather they are financially successful and will not need any government assistance. As far as certain
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Unformatted text preview: countries should be granted priority over others, I think only in cases of war, natural disaster, or severe persecution. I know that all of these things are not just cut and dry situations and many factors come into play when trying to decide if people should be granted to our country. We need to come up with a more efficient way to let people into the country legally so we can get away with all the illegal immigrants that sneak over and then become dependent on the government for food, shelter, and health care. By screening these people we can decide rather or not these people will be able to support themselves and not need government assistance and a bourdon of the American tax payers....
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This note was uploaded on 06/15/2011 for the course MISC 101 taught by Professor All during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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