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Applying For A Visa – By a Student In Southfield, Michigan

I believe that reform is needed in regards for the process of obtaining a work visa. I believe the process is very cluttered, confusing, and regulated to the point of incompetency. To start, put you in the shoes of a migrant looking to work…
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How To Apply For Asylum – From a Student In Tobyhanna Pennsylvania

Applying for asylum in the United States in most circumstances is requested by refugees arriving from overseas countries wrought with war or some form of crisis.  Asylum is simply protection granted to aliens who for some reason are unable…
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The Costs and Reform of Immigration

In 2008 there were 304.1 million people living in the United States, and with 11.9 million immigrants in the country that year, there can be little doubt that immigration reform could have a major effect on the economy. If there were to be increased…
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Sensing the Rains

During the cold months of winter many countries lose their beauty when the vegetation dies or goes into hibernation, many animals migrate to warmer weather in order to survive. The whales look for warm water to breed, ducks fly from north to…
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Immigration Reform From a University of Phoenix Student

Immigration reform is a political thought interpreted to misdirect our general public into reprimanding guiltless migrant minorities for the present issues that torment our country. It understood that this nation has succeeded through hundreds…
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A Perspective on Immigration From a Veteran

The importance of having an immigration lawyer when navigating the bureaucratic behemoth that is the American Immigration system cannot be overstated. While the paperwork seems innocent and straightforward, there are layers of situations and…
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Home of the Brave: A Look at Immigration Reform

In 1814, Francis Scott Key wrote the famous words “the land of the free and the home of the brave.”  They have been sung since Congress adopted the first official national anthem in 1931.  What do these words mean, “land of the free…
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A Threat To America?

When September 11th, 2001 happened, many people in the United States have had a fear of allowing immigrants into the U.S. It went to levels of border control and more. some judge that immigration is a threat to the states. They should not consider…
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Broken Immigration System: The Real Problem

In Texas during the spring of 2014 the number of illegal immigrants that crossed the Texas border exceeded 10,000 per month. Now living in Victoria, Texas with relative close proximity to the border I’m personality concerned with the way that…
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Why Immigration Is Important – From A Student In Columbus Mississippi

The United States is a nation of immigrants. Over the course of history, immigrants have settled the country, contributed to America’s intellectual environment, culture, national defense, and economic productivity, and many other areas. For…
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Immigration reform is crucial to Americas survival

“We must live together as brothers or perish together as fools.” –Martin Luther King Jr. We as Americans need to work together as one to solve one of the many crisis this country faces. Immigration is a very heated topic that is talked…
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A Dizzying Array of Visas – By Kendall McGeorge

There are many different types of visas for travel to the United States. A visa is needed by a foreign citizen who wishes to travel to the U.S. The visa is placed in the passport of the traveler and displays information such as…