CheckPoint modern challenges in immigration

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Checkpoint Modern Challenges in Immigration After reading Chapter four and reviewing the uscis.gov website I have realized how naive and un-educated I’ am on the whole immigration process in the United States. I do not believe that the United States government should favor or put preference over certain immigrants because of what country they are from, which has more talent, who is less or needier, who has job skills, if they are wealthy or poor. Because an immigrant is poor he is not given citizenship or the opportunity to receive an education or obtain a job so he can live a better life. Will he not be appreciative of the opportunities given once he obtains citizenship or will he be appreciative of the opportunities before him and flourish as an individual contributing to society. An
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Unformatted text preview: immigrant who is rich is granted citizenship but has no appreciation for the opportunities of a better life and his intention is to be a danger to society or harm the United States. The United States has benefited from immigrants of various countries poor and rich by sharing knowledge with each other’s culture’s that has opened doors for more education and career opportunities. I believe if the United States government favors or gives a certain preference to immigrants receive citizenship places stereotypes and allows discrimination and racism to be a major factor in the immigration process. The United States is the land of opportunity, the free....
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