American Immigration Entropy : The Land Of Opportunity And The Nation Of Immigrants
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Draft 1, 10- x-15 “American Immigration Entropy” Stars and stripes, the land of opportunity and the nation of immigrants. The United States of America, one of the largest and most influential countries today, is and always has been a grand attraction to people all over the world. America has become home to people from all corners on this planet; especially to Europeans seeking wealth and religious freedom, to several African slaves brought to America against their will from the 17th to 19th centuries; and today to the major immigrant groups in America: Asians and Latin Americans. My family and I emigrated from Hyderabad, Pakistan to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States of America in 2014. We fortunately managed to receive our Green cards and Social Security after much toil and expense. It is a big question to me to and several Americans as to why people do not immigrate to America simply legally as we did and reside in America without worry. More than 12 million people in US aren’t fortunate as we were in successfully finding legal permanent residence (Immigration policy center). America’s Immigration System has several problems because of which several immigrants and the country itself is suffering. The American Immigration System has several problems and fails to meet the demands of today’s globalized society. The fault of the US government is not just its