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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.
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