Immigration 2 - 1 ENL-102(52) No Vacancy The United States...

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ENL-102(52) No Vacancy The United States is a country that voiced freedom, democracy, and international friendship to incoming immigrants in search of a better well-being. It did so by displaying a monument known as the Statue of Liberty. The monument was once looked at by immigrants as the gateway into America, which “welcomed” them into a country where dreams were made to come true. Now it’s looked at as a gateway that reads “No Vacancy.” The United States has recently become very unsupportive towards immigrants and has made numerous attempts to stop the trafficking of non-American citizens. America is cracking down on the people trying to come into the country illegally, along with people who already live and work in the U.S without a citizenship, by instating laws against immigrants in America. Yet most of the immigration laws have been ignored by the government because of the many benefits the country receives from having illegal immigrants. In 1986 the Immigration Reform and Control Act was passed, creating for the first time,
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course ENGL 102 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at UMass Dartmouth.

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Immigration 2 - 1 ENL-102(52) No Vacancy The United States...

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