• Immigration Problem In The U S
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    Immigration Problem in the U. S. - The first move stopping immigration decided by Congress was a law in 1862 restricting American vessels to transport Chinese immigrants to the U. S. The Alien Contract Labor Laws of 1885, 1887, 1888, and 1891 restricted the immigration to the U. S. of people entering the country to work under contracts made before their arrival. Alien skilled laborers, under these laws, were allowed to enter the U. S. to work in new industries. By this time anti-immigrant fell...
  • Immigration In California Legal Immigrants
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    Immigration in California Over one million immigrants enter the United States every year and approximately half of those immigrants migrate to California. For some, this is an advantage. Economically, this means there are more consumers- more people to take advantage of the opportunities and resources that this state has to offer. On the other hand, this increase in population has put this state in debt. The educational system is suffering from a lack of programs that may be essential to future ...
  • The Mexican U S Connection
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    The Mexican U. S. Connection Mexico and the United States have been close together, at the same time being so far apart. Mexico and the U. S. have maintained a healthy neighbor to neighbor relationship over the centuries. There have been disputes of course, but for the most part we are working together. When striving to maintain a healthy relationship between neighboring countries, certain problems arise. When the countries don't have the same standard of living, people might try and migrate il...
  • Mexican Relations Border Patrol
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    Militarization of the U. S. - Mexico Border By Joan J. James June 22, 2000 "Corranle, all viene la mira!" , translated into English, this means "Run, there comes immigration!" This is what illegal immigrants shout everyday when they are about to cross the Rio Grande in search for better lives. Unfortunately, not many get through alive because of the militarization that has developed on the U. S. border with Mexico. Operation Rio Grande continues a process put in motion over a century ago by the...
  • Border Patrol Illegal Immigrants States
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    US Border Patrol: Pros & Cons The U. S. Border Patrol is the organization that polices the entry of illegal immigrants into our country. The official mission of the United States Border patrol is to protect the boundaries of the United States by preventing illegal entry, and by detecting, interdicting, and apprehending illegal aliens, smugglers, and contraband. Today, the United States Border Patrol consists of 21 sectors. Each sector is headed by a chief patrol agent. There are 145 stations lo...
  • Border Enforcement United States
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    There have been many recent debates about the costs of illegal immigration and the effects on American life. Illegal immigration, to the United States creates a large burden on our economic society, but no one knows how to eliminate this problem. President Clinton, in his presidential campaign, was asked what he was going to do about illegal immigration, Clinton replied by saying If you have an answer you can be my foreign policy adviser (Long 61). Even politicians, known for their false promise...
  • Illegal Immigration In The U S
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    Illegal immigration in the U. S. is a major concern to the government to the government and it s citizens. This was not a major concern until lately in the past twenty years. There has been an alarming increase of illegal immigrants in the U. S. A debate has arisen over the amount of action that has been exerted on the behalf of the national government to control the amount of illegal immigrants in the country. This debate has brought up a controversial topic about if the national government or...
  • United States Immigrants America Country
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    Immigrants come from all over the world. They fled their country seeking to fulfill their wants and necessary needs to live. The United States of America offers great job opportunities and a healthy environment to live. Some of the countries that illegal immigrants come from are: Mexico, Canada, and China. The majority of immigrants in America are Mexicans. They come to America frequently and they come in large groups, such as families. The Mexican and American border are parallel to each other...
  • The Writer's State Border Patrol
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    In the essay "The Border Patrol State" by Leslie Marmon Silko, she tries to inform her audience about her personal feelings for the Border Patrol by portraying the unfair and unruly implementation of the powers that are assigned to Border Patrol officers. She accompanies her thoughts and facts about the Border Patrol with experiences from other individuals who have come across the same type of problems as she encountered. Silko uses these visualizations and facts to sway the audience into believ...
  • Mexican Immigration United States
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    Mexican immigration into the United States has been going on for a long time. One of the first big wave of immigrants was in 1910 during Mexico's revolution. The numbers have been going up ever since. Mexicans have been getting mixed signals from the United States about their immigration. In the 1920's the U. S was very welcoming due to labor shortage in results to World War I. During the Great Depression of the 1930's Mexican immigrants were being blamed for taking the Americans jobs away. Whe...
  • U S Customs United States
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    U. S. customs and border patrol. The Bureau of Customs and Border Protection (CBP) have inherited proud traditions from each of the agencies, which have come together to form this new organization. The Customs Service, the Border Patrol, Immigration and Naturalization Service inspections, and Agricultural inspections all bring long histories of achievement and dedication. The more than 40, 000 inspectors, canine enforcement officers, Border Patrol agents, trade specialists, and mission support s...
  • Border Patrol Saenz Reader Paso
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    In today's society, racial profiling is not unheard of; actually it is quite common. It is still at debate whether the act of racial profiling in moral or not. In Saenz's essay, Exile. El Paso, Texas, he describes his personal experience of discrimination due to his ethnic background. Saenz is a Mexican-American and because he lives in El Paso, which is a border town, he is often mistaken for an illegal immigrant. Saenz is stopped on the streets of his neighborhood and questioned by border patro...
  • Racism On Mexicans Internet Address Web
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    The problems created by waves of illegal immigrants leaving Mexico for the United States are very real. Every succeeding year sees an increase in the amount of those caught while trying to cross. One must ask why does such a wealthy developing country, with mineral resources and oil reserves, and a population of nearly 100 million people and a rich culture dating back to the 1500's, need to have economic and social difficulties that force such a large exodus every year? And why does the establis...
  • Health Care Illegal Money Cost
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    Illegal aliens have become a serious problem for the good people of the United States for many reasons. In Illegal Immigration 1997 it states; "California is home to more than 2 million illegal immigrants... ." , and in Illegal Immigration 2001; "An estimated 300, 00 illegal aliens settle permanently in the United States every year." Their presence has caused serious set-backs in health care funding, educational opportunities, changing labor benchmarks, as well as many other reasons. It is illeg...