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Running head: MODERN CHALLENGES IN IMMIGRATION 1 Modern Challenges in Immigration Jamie Jordan ETH/125 February 17, 2011 Kent Keller
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MODERN CHALLENGES IN IMMIGRATION 2 Modern Challenges in Immigration Migrating to the United States would depend on how bad off my country was. Being an American is a blessing in disguise because there are many countries that do not have the great opportunities as the United States. The immigration process is not easy; there are many forms to fill out and a lot of different filing fees that can add up to a great deal of money; I believe this is why we have so many illegal immigrants. When it comes to whether or not the United States government policy should favor certain kinds of immigrants; absolutely not, I believe everyone should be created equal. However, the United States government leans towards three types of immigrants; those who have family that already reside in the United States, immigrants that have desired and needed job skills and refugees. This policy seems to be fair and should not be changed.
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Unformatted text preview: If an immigrant wants to receive their citizenship, they should have had a job for a great deal of time and have lived in the United States for some time. Also, one must be able to pass an extensive FBI background check and pass a test on the United States government and the history of the United States. I think having these conditions are essential for granting immigrants citizenship. I do not think it matters how rich or talented or what country you are from to become citizens as long as the rules are followed and are able to pass all necessary tests. MODERN CHALLENGES IN IMMIGRATION 3 References Davidson, D., Gienapp, G., Heyrman, H., Lytle, L., & Stoff, S. (2005). Nation of Nations (10th ed.). New York, NY: The McGraw-Hill Companies. U.S. Department of Homeland security. (January 2011). U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. Retrieved from http://www.uscis.gov/portal/site/uscis...
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