Both Sides of the Coin of Indian Immigration to America

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Immigration

Immigration is what carves the picture of the modern world. Travelling from one country to other for trading had been popular since historic times. Immigration means the one way flow of the population to a specific place or country. People move out of the native country or state for various reasons. Better employment opportunities and a desire for a better living and future are the main driving forces. Though, in present times there are several other reasons like immigrating for education and/ or seeking political asylum in neutral countries etc.

Personally, my family members (including the ancestors) have never migrated to any place other than India. My parents, grand-parents, their parents and so on, have all been living in India since their birth. Although of the family tree situated in India, some far away individual relatives have migrated to different countries like USA and UK, but just for work or education; without any settlement plans.

As said earlier, immigration forms the present face of the world. America is nothing more than unison of immigrants coming from different parts of the world. Even, the Aryans, who are the predecessors of north Indians, are believed to have migrated from Middle Asia to India. Immigration acts in both directions of development, the positive as well as negative. On one hand, it opens the way for talented and professional work force from the other lands. But it also enhances the rate of competition and struggle for…
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