The Impact Of Immigrants In America

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Immigration in the United States has grabbed a lot of attention in recent months. Few game changing immigration reforms were brought into action by the president Obama to raise the United States economy. President Obama initiated “ Dream Act” on June 15 2012 also known as Deferred Action Childhood Arrivals program (DACA), which was applicable to undocumented immigrants who were under age of 31 and the youth brought to the country as children, and entered United States before the age of 16 and lived in country for at least straight five years. Which helped lot of illegal immigrants to breathe in open air without any fear, and youths to have bright future, with contributed in income taxes to the state and local government. In facts recently, …show more content…
Immigrants and their second generation contributed really big time in the America by creating arts, including writing, acting, directing, producing Hollywood films. In Hollywood, immigrants or their second generation did majority of movie, which had won one or more academy award. Lets take an example of Broadway many of the highly rewarded composers and playwrights were children’s of immigrants including Richard Rodger, Harold Arlen, Lorenz Hart, and Leonard Bernstein etc. Through theirs acting and talent they were successful in changing the mindset Native Americans. First and second generation artist really put their time in understanding American society and up to some extend they were successful in broadening the American culture and making it easy for the outsider. Looking at the generation today we hardly see any racial activities towards immigrants comparing to back in 20’s and 30’s; where immigrants were mistaken for overrunning American society. Specially the children’s of immigrants have understood the culture of American Society and they are putting their efforts to be getting along with every race. Since the children’s of immigrants started getting married out of their race and get married to some other native Americans; which really helped them to change their image in American society. …show more content…
Looks like there are many benefits to be enjoyed from the immigrants and many benefits given to the immigrants and their families, who migrated to the United States. In term of economically the United States is getting large number of smartest, brilliant, and high skilled immigrants for the economic welfare, and many young entrepreneurs, who are migrating to united states seeking better future and safety of their future, which would help the United states in uplifting the economy. Where as in other hand the United States needs to just provide support and motivation towards them. Secondly in terms of Politically, the United States is still getting good amount of taxes from the legal Residence and as well as from illegal residence. In order to maintain the economic welfare there should be more possible open door policies and immigration reforms should be brought under spotlight to provide them legal status, which would benefits the United states in term of local and state taxes, property taxes, and Income taxes from the illegal immigrants. Lastly in term of culturally, since the United States is know as an diversified and multicultural country, where different group of immigrants migrated from different corners of world with flavors of their culture and with different custom and tradition such as different immigrant group of people have their own languages, different ethnic group of

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