Assimilation Of Immigrants Into The US: Article Analysis

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The second article targeted the history of Assimilation of immigrants into the U.S and how the new immigrants have taken a new view on the country. Similar to the first article, this article has a main focus on whether or not legalizing millions illegal immigrants and then trying to make them fully assimilated into the United States. Throughout this article they found out that immigrants who earn their U.S. citizenship have less attachment to their new home than native born Americans. The people, who came to America, were looking to find better jobs and escapes from their old country also to send money to their family in their home land. The only big problem that the American government has been that those immigrants don 't assimilate to the …show more content…
This case was an immigration issue in its time period due, to the attorney gave his client wrong advice in pleading guilty and not giving proper reasons to his client telling him that his immigration status would not be affected. The tragic result was his client losing his immigration status. This case was appealed the Supreme Court prior decisions because this action triggered the 6th Amendment protection, which is the right to counsel to immigration consequences. Padilla, who lived in the USA for over 40 years and took part of the Vietnam War, He was charged for transporting marijuana in Kentucky and his defense attorney told him not to worry and plead guilty, but little that Padilla was that his attorney did not tell him the risk he might have for doing so and for that he could have been deported from the country, but thankfully he filed a pro se motion and gave it to the court saying that he was given bad advice by his …show more content…
This was a crime that was not fair for Rodriguez because he lived in the states as it is and did not choose to go back to Mexico. In the 1897, the case of re Rodríguez became a struggle over Mexicans had the right to naturalize. Ricardo Rodriguez, who lived and worked in Texas for the past 10 years, he applied for his citizenship, but was denied because he was not a white person. Rodriguez appealed his denial to the district court and his defendant referred to the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, which gave him the right to be eligible for being an American citizen. This case showed the racism in the sense that America wants to have an all-white person 's country and not have other ethnic

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