Irvin Rodriguez sep/14/2016 2 hr As in immagrant i had a long jeourny to the united states. The reasons for immagration would be in search for a better life. In search for better job oppertunities. In search for a better eviroment for your kids for your family.. Other reasons people would migrate to the united states is too get money. Many families in mexico are in nedd of money asap. Many families send ther youngest child out to the united states to go look for a job and to come back with money to support the family.
The F.B.I. To uphold the law through the investigation of violations of federal criminal law; to protect the U.S. from foreign intelligence and terrorist activities; to provide leadership and law enforcement assistance to federal, state, local, and international agencies; and to perform these responsibilities in a manner that is responsive to the needs of the public and is faithful to the constitution of the U.S.: this is the mission of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Border Wars The United States Border Patrol is a police force located all over America. Most people think the only job Border Patrol has is chasing down immigrants due to the media coverage on the Mexican border. Although it is a big part of the job it is not the only thing done. The main position for agents is in Mexico, another main location is Canada. Between the two locations 21,000 agents patrol 6,000 miles. (Department of Homeland Security, n.d.) The Border Patrol’s keeps illegal people, drugs, and weapons of mass destruction from entering our country. Another major responsibility is to prevent terrorist from trying to cross the border. In order to prevent this from happening Border Patrol have check points with man power alert at all times. Equipped with the best equipment from the government they stop virtually everything crossing. I along with most of the country feel that this is a very important job in the United States.
Border Patrol agents constantly live with that fear of not knowing when your last day is. Agents are threatened on a daily basis by illegal immigrants, natural wildlife, and the weather. When considering a career as a Border Patrol agent, a person must carefully look into the responsibilities this will
As an immigrant in a new country, you will have to adjust in a lot of things. There's culture, the people, the weather and even their way of life. Adapting is a hard process especially if you are unaware of the necessary changes you will have to make. However, the transition process can be easier with the help of an immigration lawyer.
The reaction to the incoming amount of Immigrants into the Unites States of America was a little mixed, while some founded organizations, that were against Immigration, such as the American Protective Association. Other people, such as writers, liberals, and obviously, the rich, were all for the fact of letting Immigrants in, for the sake of the American dream. Take Document A, for example, we will take the poor, or the tired, and the people will let them in and give them the ability to dream. However, which side was more abundant, was the side that was against the Immigrants coming into America.
Immigration is still a thing today but it was very different in the early to mid 1900’s. There were many types of people coming in and out of the U.S. They all were coming for their own reason. One of the most known reason was just so them and their family could have a better life. Some would go through Ellis Island, the island was pretty much what national services/customs is today. One good reason for the Irish was the famine (Doc. 1). The Irish couldn't grow their potatoes, their main source of food and money at the time. Another main reason was that the Italians were in some hard times and epidemics(Doc. 1). People immigrated from greece also. A Greek man shared his reason for immigrating. His reasons were “Work over there was very bad.
Activity 3-6 Exploring the Role of the U.S. Department of State One of the many tasks of the State Department is to protect the safety of U.S. citizens as they travel internationally. To familiarize yourself with the role of the State Department in this regard, complete the following about passports and travel warnings.
allowing sponsors to post bonds to guarantee that an applicant for immigration would not become a public charge. President Roosevelt took no position on these issues.
U.S. Immigration 101 Before lands were set up into fixed colonies, people were free to roam and sail as they pleased. However, this is not to say that discrimination did not exist, and some were killed when they entered into foreign borders. The same holds true today in the United States of America, not necessarily due to discrimination but due to the immigration laws that were put into practice in 1790, beginning with the Naturalization Act. While it is safe precaution to make sure who enters the country and what their motives are, many are being denied the access to the American dream. It is because of this that the U.S. must take a step back and reevaluate their immigration policies.
Revising Immigration Laws: Helping Those in Need With Families To Feed Imagine putting yourself in the shoes of an illegal immigrant. You have to feed your family, get money to pay the rent, and prevent getting caught from immigration authorities. The consequences for getting caught could include deportation or serving
The first institution that plays a major role in immigration is the Department of Homeland Security (DOH). John Francis Kelly is the fifth and current United States Secretary of the Department. Within the Department of Homeland Security lies the U.S. Citizenships and Immigration Services (USCIS). According to “Who Does what in U.S. Immigration”, the USCIS, “…is responsible for providing immigration-related services such as processing immigrant and nonimmigrant benefits; adjudicating refugee, asylee, and naturalization petitions; and granting or denying work authorization”. USCIS has four eligibility requirements:
The mission of the United States Department of Justice is to enforce the law and defend the interests of the United States, while keeping the public safe against foreign and domestic threats; to prevent and control crime while seeking appropriate punishment for those who are found guilty of violating laws, while maintaining fairness and impartiality for all (The United States Department of Justice, 2015).
identify, interdict and apprehend all illegal activities surrounding our nation’s borders both day and night.
”Consulate responsibilities include providing routine and emergency services to the more than 27,000 long-term American residents in our district and an estimated 1.3 million visitors per year. The Consulate also promotes U.S. policy and greater understanding of U.S. values and views as well as cooperation on issues ranging from environmental protection, food and drug safety, rule of law, protection of human rights, shipping security, to aviation;. In addition,