The Benefits Of Immigrants

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The USA has been the ‘’safety’’ ground for thousands of individuals throughout the years. Thousands wanting to escape their home country from life-threatening reasons or other extraordinary conditions, such as escaping religious, racial, and political persecution or avoiding lack of economic. After the Great Depression, immigrates increased from a low 3.5 million to 9 million in the first decade of the new century. Most Immigrates worked with contracted laborers, and a majority grew cities, searching for a new beginning for a new and better life. Immigrates would have to go through a physical examination apart of immigration policies in Ellis Island, If they were to fail due to deemed criminals or carriers of diseases, they would be sent back …show more content…
Through the ‘’family preference system’’ yearly there are an estimate of 480,000 family-based visas available. There is a preference system to be eligible to apply, parents, siblings, a spouse, unmarried/under 21 old year child of a U.S citizen. Those immigrants that are skilled and valuable to the USA are either on permanent or a temporary basis. There are more than twenty types’ temporary visas from religious works to entertainers and bother high-skilled and lesser-skilled employment. These twenty visas are all categorized and have numerical limitations. Refugees are individual(s) unable to remain in their home county due to life-threatening reasons due to their culture, belief, or even political opinion or social group membership. A total estimate of 70,000 refugee. Asylum are individual(s) already living in the USA illegally but wanting to stay in USA indefinitely. There are strict requirements for both refugees and asylums one unwilling to return home because you have be persecuted previously and in fear you will be persecuted again and the persecution must be connected to one of five reasoning’s; race, religion, nationality, membership in a social …show more content…
Not everyone wanting to leave their home county want to move to USA, worldwide individuals want to move to Canada, Japan, Australia, etc. Canada is known for one of the most open immigration policies worldwide. Canada provides visas programs for high skilled foreign entrepreneur(s) looking to start a business and being value. If the business failed, Canada does not subject the entrepreneur(s) to be deported. Japan on the other hand is highly criticized due to their highly strict immigration policies. Opening their doors more to doctors, high corporate managers, and high qualified professionals. Japan also see themselves as ‘’homogenous society’’, most of Japan people have common ties in daily life style, beliefs and morals. According to United Nations, in 2012 Australia had an estimate of 16,000 asylums claims. Similar to American, Australia consider anyone, even children to be unlawful. Before February, 2013, Australia would send back unlawful children back to their country but now to community detention or local housing. (Poon, Brett; National

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