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Immigration and Life Chances leah muse-orlinoff [email protected]
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Immigration 101 International migration or immigration Leaving one country to live / work in another Legal Status Documented: entered country with  authorization, still have authorization to be  and/or work there Undocumented: entered country without  authorization OR entered with authorization  which expired
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Immigrant “Generation” 1 st  generation Born in one country, move to another as a teenager  or adult (generally own choice) 1.5 generation Born in one country, brought to another as a child  (generally by parents / family members) 2 nd  generation Born in one country to parents who immigrated  from another country 3 rd  generation and  beyond Grandparents born in another country
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Immigration and Life Chances “Auspices” of migration – the hows and  whys Social class in sending country vs. social  class in receiving country Ideas and beliefs about migrants in  sending country and receiving country
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Immigration to the U.S. Graph courtesy of  MPI Chinese  Exclusion  Act (1882) Johnson- Reed Act  (1924) Johnson- Reed Act  Repealed  (1965)
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Top 10 Sending  Regions/Countries Source: MPI
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