Immigration During The United States Essay

1211 Words Apr 26th, 2016 5 Pages
Since the beginning immigration has played an important role in the American history. America was built on immigrants, beginning with the first people that came in a ship called the Mayflower. They came to North America to see the unknown or the new world as they called it. Immigrants that came to the United States risk their lives just to have a better life and better education, most of them leave their families and friends behind. Now they have adapted to their new place, also, more people have come since then.

The big increase in immigration started in 1880, which the United States created the Immigration Service to watch the immigrants that were coming in. From 1900 to 1920 The Great Wave happened, where about 24 million people migrated to the united states (historical overview). But during the World War 1 and World War 2 migration had slowed down. Immigrants that came to the United States risk their lives just to have a better life and better education, most of them leave their families and friends behind. Every four to eight years a new president 's tries to change the immigration policy. The United States would be better off if the voters followed Democrat candidates like Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sander’s immigration reform to help 11 million illegal immigrants becoming citizens and reducing border deaths than following Republicans like Donald Trump, or Ted Cruz’s immigration plan.
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