Unformatted text preview: should accept anyone who wants to immigrate here. There are many people from many countries that could contribute to the economy. I do not think anyone should be excluded, even if they do not have much talent or money. And the people who are oppressed by their own governments should be helped even more. I can understand why applications from certain countries are scrutinized more thoroughly than applications from other countries because of the fears of terrorism, but each person should be looked at as an individual, not as a member of a group. I can barely scrape together the money to pay the fees necessary to file for citizenship to the United States, which are over $600 when fingerprinting is included (according the USCIC.gov website), and even though I have been here illegally for over 30 years, I feel I have paid my dues....
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- Spring '09
- Government, Immigration to the United States, U.S. state, Taxation in the United States, Federal government of the United States