Modern Challenges in Immigration

Modern Challenges in Immigration - how rich or how...

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Running head: ASSIGNMENT - MODERN CHALLENGES IN IMMIGRATION 1 Assignment - Modern Challenges in Immigration Lori Babler ETH125 January 20, 2011 Catherine Spyridakis
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ASSIGNMENT - MODERN CHALLENGES IN IMMIGRATION 2 Assignment - Modern Challenges in Immigration Should United States government policy favor certain kinds of immigrants? In my opinion, the United States government policy should not favor any certain kind of immigrant. I think that everyone should be treated equally and fairly regardless of what kind of immigrant they may be. If immigration is to be allowed then it should be fair among all and not preferential to any certain kind of immigrant. Should citizenship preference be given to the neediest applicants? The most talented? The most oppressed? The richest? I don’t feel that there should be any citizenship preference given to anyone regardless of how talented,
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Unformatted text preview: how rich or how oppressed they are. It is unfair to give preferential treatment when there are so many with the same goal. I think that would be stereotyping the immigrants by classifying them as oppressed or rich or talented. I am sure that the rich have ways of buying their way in and I think that it is unfair for this to be allowed. Everyone should have an equal chance regardless of their situation or qualities. Should applications from certain countries be given priority? (Feltey, 2006, p. 11) Once again, I feel that no person and no country should have applications prioritized. The United States is the only country who so easily allows immigration from other countries and therefore, it is unfair and bias to give applications priority based on country of origin, income status or personal status....
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