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  • Improvement Of Medical Care
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    During the last hundred years the population of the Arab world was doubled more than ten times. This was mainly due to the improvement of health care, education, employment and immigration to the big cities, and sometimes other countries. This change in the population caused a lot of as the number of people is much more than the resources available for them. In the past, there was poor medical care, which led to the death of many people, especially children. The family was used to getting the ki...
  • Illegal Immigrants
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    Costs and Contributions: The Wave From South of The Border Every year, hundreds of millions of people enter the US via land ports of entry, and the INS each year apprehends over 1.3 million aliens at or near the border. Over 90 percent of those apprehended near the border are Mexicans, and some who enter the US legally and illegally are carrying drugs into the US. This influx of illegal immigrants from south of the border has created quite astir in many places. Is this good that people are comin...
  • 0 21 O Birth Rate
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    Geographic Themes of Greece LOCATIONo Absolute- Latitude: 3900 North- Longitude: 2200 East of the prime meridian Relative Locationo Spatial: - borders the countries Albania, Bulgaria, Turkey and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia- Borders the Aegean Sea, Ionian Sea, and the Mediterranean Sea Relative Locationo Direction and Distance- 6241 miles NE of Dallas, Texas - 324 miles S of Sofia, Bulgaria- 457 miles SSW of Bucharest, Romania- 646 miles ESE of Rome, Italy Size: Greece = Alabama Mer...
  • 1923 Exchange Of Greek And Turkish Populations
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    Immigrations to Turkey from Greece between 1911 and 1923 In 1911, 51% of the Ottoman Europe (Bulgaria, Serbia, Greece and Montenegro) population was Muslim but with emigrations, it downed to minorities of Muslims in some territories (McCarthy, 1995). Most of these immigrations were forced immigrations. If person immigrate, because she does not have the minimum basic needs in domicile that called forced immigration ('Ypek, 2000). Forced immigrations are not only the problem of present days but wi...
  • Law Enforcement And The Hispanic Community
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    Two major periods of immigration influxes since the turn of the century as well as the transformation of the nation due to both illegal and legal immigration have determined large Hispanic communities in many Western states. States like Texas, for example, have struggled to define increasingly complex Hispanic communities and create a response, both in the government and in law enforcement, for addressing the needs of these large Hispanic communities. In recent years, an obvious dichotomous view...
  • City And Suburbs To Rural Areas
    540 words
    PAPER FIVE " More Immigrants find roots in U.S. Soil"1 Using the text from the book there are three demographic variables; fertility, mortality, and migration. Fertility is the number of children an average woman bears (text pg. 394). Mortality refers to the annual number of deaths per 1,000 population (text pg 394). Finally, migration in the difference between number of people moving in (immigrants) and the number of people moving out (emigrants) per 1,000 population (text pg 394), and the best...
  • Illegal Immigrant Flow
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    Russian nationalist Vladimir Zhirinovsky has once again horrified the politically correct and 'culturally sensitive' by suggesting that White people, who comprise only eight percent of the world's population, should unite to keep from being overwhelmed by non-Whites. The reaction from Western governments and the news media to their current arch demon has been predictable. Any attempt to preserve the integrity of the White race, in their view, constitutes the most vile form of racism and bigotry,...
  • Increase In Population
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    Two hundred years ago, Thomas Malthus, in An Essay on the Principle of Population, reached the conclusion that the number of people in the world will increase exponentially, while the ability to feed these people will only increase arithmetically (21). Current evidence shows that this theory may not be far from the truth. For example, between 1950 and 1984, the total amount of grain produced more than doubled, much more than the increase in population in those 34 years. More recently though, the...
  • Native Born Immigrants
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    The second wave of immigrants to come to the United States came in from Southern or Eastern Europe. These immigrants came to the United States seeking better economic opportunities for their families. The economy of the United States was driven by the culture that resided in the area. In the Seattle area, the farming, ranching, logging and fishing industries drove the economy. This was mainly due to the huge growth of Oregon and Washington by settlers coming in from the European countries. The m...
  • Country Needs Population Growth In Order
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    Every day thousands of people want to come to the United States for a better life. The United States is known for giving people a chance for life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. However many find that the dream is much easier dreamt than a reality in the making. For people born outside of the United States the first step to making that dream come true is to immigrate. That is where, for many, the dream comes to an abrupt halt. This is where they can make or break their dream. Before anyo...
  • Immigrants In Australia
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    Research Essay ^aEUR" Immigrants in Australia Australia is known throughout the world as a multicultural society, its large-scale migration program at the end of World War II is thought to be one of the major building foundations leading to our identity. Agreements were reached with Britain, some European countries and with the International Refugee Organisation to encourage migration, including displaced people from war-torn Europe. Australia,'s population rose shortly after this program was in...
  • 2 Million Immigrants
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    Over 500,000 people waiting to learn whether they will get into Canada will face revised, retroactive selection rules that are much tougher than before. A new point system for education, language skills, occupation, and work experience will apply to the new applicants. The rules are so tough that most Canadians would find themselves not up to standard for Canada. Many people complain that tough rules could scare away first-rate newcomers. It is my belief that immigration law should be easier and...
  • Foreign Born Population Between 1990 2000
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    Every state receives immigration. Mississippi, for example, is not known as a 'high-impact's tate. Yet it has the nation's fastest growing immigrant population (up by 476% since 1990 -- from less than 1% of its population then to about 4.3% now). Other states that are newly expreiencing large-scale immigrant settlement include Colorado (up 136%), North Carolina (up 129%), Oregon (up 115%), Nebraska (up 107%) and Utah (up 102%). Consider Hawaii. Although it receives fewer immigrants than, say, Fl...
  • Immigration Canada
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    Research Essay Canada should allow more foreigners to become Canadian If we walk on the street in downtown of Vancouver, or take a look at the cafeteria of some colleges and universities, we will see a lot of people who are from other countries, such as China, Japan, Korea, Iran and Brazil. When we go to the Vancouver international airport, if some international flights from Asia have just arrived, we will see a big crowd of Asian coming out of the gates. Not only that, but there are lots of hou...
  • American's Immigrant Population Access To Healthcare
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    Given the massive change in government as a result of the creation The Department of Homeland Security and the consequent reorganization of the United States government structure concern for the Immigration and Naturalization Service is great. Under the George W. Bush Administration, not only is the Immigration and Naturalization Department being moved, its budget has increased 5,423% from last year's budget to $28 billion. 1 As a result of the September 11, 2000 attacks and the inflow new immig...

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