Modern Challenges in Immigration

Modern Challenges - Modern Challenges in Immigration Julian Rouse ETH 125 Pat Dunegan Vail I can imagine myself as a Chinese worker with a valuable

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Modern Challenges in Immigration Julian Rouse ETH 125 Pat Dunegan Vail June 23, 2011
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I can imagine myself as a Chinese worker with a valuable skill set that may be wasted if I did not go to the United States. The communist Chinese government made life hard for the average Chinese worker. If I were in their shoes I would do whatever it took to escape the tyrannical government I called home for a chance in the United States. Even if I did not like the cost or any of the other hardships it took to become a US citizen, I would still come. All of the cost and finger prints would be well worth a shot at a new life in the “Land of Opportunity.” The qualifications to become a citizen of the US are much easier than life is in other countries. The process should be at least somewhat difficult, because we want hard working determined people to migrate here. If people quit trying to become a US citizen because it is too hard than we don’t want them anyways. We want hardworking honest determination.
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This note was uploaded on 07/17/2011 for the course IT 205 taught by Professor Kurts during the Spring '08 term at University of Phoenix.

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