Modern Challenges in Immigration

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Modern Challenges in Immigration Modern Challenges in Immigration Cultural Diversity 125 University of Phoenix Mark Watson April 8 2010 Timothy Albert
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The United States government policy for immigration should not favor any particular type of immigrant regardless of the circumstances. Regardless of wealth, education, or being oppressed in ones own country the policy across the board for immigration should be the same. Fees for immigration are set high and can be a burden for those who wish to immigrate legally, the process is lengthy with no guarantees that permanent residency will be granted. While each alien is looked at on an individual case, the question has to be asked what this person can offer the American economy. There are certain professional areas that need skilled workers such as the medical field; this does not mean these people should get preference. The United States Immigration and Naturalization department does have a program that is known as the Premium Process Service. This process is a point based system in which individuals with specific
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This note was uploaded on 01/29/2012 for the course AAIT Ethics125/ taught by Professor Pearlman during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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