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other professions when they desperately are in need of them. Issues such as the brain drain influence immigration policy and effects many different countries worldwide.During the 1950s, the Native American’s reservation enacted a controversial government policy caused by the Termination Act. The act stated that federal services would be reduced gradually, however, it ceased immediately. It decreased costs and disregarded each individual’s needs, medically, educationally, and more. Federal services were no longer provided and with
little coordination with local government organizations. It created economic upheaval on impacted tribes, and later in 1975, the government resumed providing these services to these tribes. In 1952, the federal government migrated young Native Americans to urban regions caused by the BIA. They relocated the more highly driven and motivated Native Americans awayfrom their reservation caused by the program of the Employment Assistance Program (EAP). Its purpose was to relocate individuals or families to urban areas that had greater job opportunities than the ones on the reservation. Although it sounds like a successful opportunity for Native Americans, it only proved to be unbearable. Between twenty-five and thirty-three percent of the ones in the Employment Assistance Program went back to their reservation by 1965, only about three years into this relocation program. The only thing this policy did was devastate Native American’s reservations’ economic potential and future. It further decreased the working force