Argumentative Essay: Immigrants All Over The World

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Immigrants All Over The World Immigrants are part of every country nation. People from all over the world immigrant to another country looking for a better opportunity to succeed in life, but some country have very restricted immigration police, making it hard to do dso. The reason for it is, many countries see immigration as bad thing, they see as, people are entering to their country to steal the national jobs, change the country culture and so on. But, they don 't know that immigrants can be beneficial for the country. They can increase the economy, they can share their knowledge that at some point can be helpful.
It is not new that people from around the world only want to immigrate to a country where they see the possibility to succeed,
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But the problems is that United States and most of other countries see immigration as a terrible thing, they see immigrants as poor people, people with less knowledge, people that are coming to steal the national 's job. But, what they don 't see is the effort that those immigrants are making. No one wants to live their family, friends and life behind, no one wants to be in a country where they don 't know anything beside the country 's name, and if they are willing to take a step ahead and going this country it is because they really need it and the government should take in consideration …show more content…
International students come from their country to study in US, where they plan on learning different skills for in the future share them and contributed for the growth of their own country. But, studying in the United States it is not easy neither cheap. Their tuitions are twice more than domestic students. International students expenses are very high, they spend around 38,312 to 59,300 dollars per year(International Student). Even with the application process being hard and difficult there is around 886,052 international students in United States(Project Atlas) now, if US immigration was open abroad the number of international students would increase and the economy would definitely increase too because there would be more students entering and definitely more money for the

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