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    Colombia the beautiful a place I called home every summer since I could remember when I was little. A place that seemed so harmless to me because I spent most of my younger years living there with my grandparents never imagining I would be surprised to change my opinion. The last summer I visited Colombia was the worst and traumatizing in my life, needless to say a summer that changed my life. Having planned and amazing day ahead with family, shopping and enjoying the beautiful likes of Tumaco,…

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    Immigration Immigration, is it a problem? For some countries yes it is a major problem. Immigrants are also a problem across the globe and in a few countries they are a problem that is unmanageable. Illegal immigrants are a significant dilemma across the world but, in the United States immigration has gotten to the point where there are more immigrants in the U.S than anywhere in the world. The main area that the U.S has problems with immigrants is its one thousand nine hundred and fifty…

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    Illegal immigration has become a controversial topic. Its relation with poverty and crime has made it stand on a neutral position. The American government has found many different ways to potentially solve the issue but, the solutions found won’t solve the issue of poverty and crime. One possible solution is allowing immigrants to have a work permit. A work permit is used so a migrant can be allowed to work in the country they are migrating too. Obtaining a work permit could possibly take years.…

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    Colombian Country

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    Colombia is located in South America. It is located to the northwest of South America and South of Panama. Colombia is the third most populated country in Latin America behind Brazil and Mexico. The climate in Colombia is based on Tropical. The diversity of climate zones in Colombia is characterized for having tropical rainforests, savannas, steppes, deserts and mountain climate. Colombia ranks first in the amount of bird species. Colombia has more than 3,950 research groups in the department…

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    Did you know that there are 11.3 million immigrants living in the U.S? Every year, the U.S receives 700,000 illegal immigrants that come in and decide to stay permanently. You’d wonder why people even come to the U.S since we have our own predicaments in this country alone. They are always going to be questioned on why they are trying to migrate here, but these immigrants do have some reasons to migrate here perpetually. This essay is going to explore why people migrate, some controversies and…

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    Illegal immigration is a national problem, which needs acknowledgment. An Illegal alien as they are called is a foreigner who has entered or resides in a country unlawfully or without the country's authorization. (Dictionary.com Unabridged. Random House) There were 11.1 million unauthorized immigrants in the U.S. in 2014, a total unchanged from 2009 and accounting for 3.5% of the nation’s population. (JENS MANUEL KROGSTAD) The 11.1 million illegal aliens have either entered our country by…

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    Research Paper On Narcos

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    Pablo Escobar is one of the most infamous drug dealers of all time, and the new show Narcos will be based on Escobar and part of his life. Narcos has a combination of everything that makes a great show, with violent, dramatic and intimate scenes. It also tells the story of Steve Murphy, an up and coming DEA agent who was assigned to move from Miami to Columbia and take down Escobar and the Medellin Cartel. Murphy also gives a first person narrative of his accounts throughout the show in between…

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    La FARC Case Study

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    Since the 1950s, Colombia has been marked by violence, bombings, and assassinations which has hindered its progress into being considered a developed country. On October 2nd, 2016, after several years of negotiations, the government and the Marxist rebel group La FARC, agreed on an official peace treaty, ending the civil war that has plagued the country. It was then laid out in a referendum whether the populace supported “yes” or “no” towards the deal. According to the BBC (2016), most polling…

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    In the Article “ Deported Mothers”, Tatiana Sanchez discusses U.S. immigration policy. The immigration policy is not too strict. The U.S. has laws that must be followed. If immigrants can not follow U.S. policies they should not be in the United States. On the other hand, Tatiana Sanchez leans toward the immigration policy as being too strict. In the case that immigrants get deported for three to ten years. In the following paragraphs, we will talk about how U.S. immigration policies are not too…

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    the biggest exporters in the world happens to be Colombia. Their influence in the drug trade reaches all the way back to the 1980's when brutal cartels were dominant. Today, Colombia's trade still exists and is as strong as ever. Drug trafficking has an influence on Colombia and the world because of the role it plays in destroying the environment, causing civil unrest, and effecting the economy. While many drugs are Produced an Manufactured in Colombia, most materials are not. Coca paste/ coca…

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