Modern Challenges in Immigration

Modern Challenges in Immigration - rather be an illegal...

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The United States government should not favor any certain types of immigrates. People come to the United States to get a better life for themselves and their families. The immigrants have a process to go through and everyone needs to follow the same steps. The government has a good reason on why they made the process the way it is, it’s to ensure our safety of our citizens that are already here. Citizenship preference whether they be needy, talented, oppressed or even rich should have to go through the same process as everyone else. The fees that are associated with the whole process are kind of expensive. I do believe that they need to change the process of how to obtain your citizenship to make it a little easier. Right now it takes an immigrant too many years to become a United States Citizen that people do not want to follow the process and would
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Unformatted text preview: rather be an illegal immigrant. No applicants from a certain country can be given priority over another group. It would cause havoc on the United States everyone would say that we are racist towards a certain group of people and that we are discriminating them. Immigrants come here to better their lives, have freedom and be treated as an equal. They would have just stayed in their country if the immigrants felt that they could not accomplish that here. Our four fathers wrote in the constitution that every man, women and child would be created equal; immigrants just need to follow the process and become legal citizens the right way. The government needs to fix the system to make it easier for people to make a better life for themselves....
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This note was uploaded on 12/18/2011 for the course ACCOUNTING 225 taught by Professor Mattwilliams during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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