Immigration in America: cause and effects

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Format: MLAPages: 5SummaryThis paper is a study of the causes and effects that immigration has caused in the United States Of America, and how migration has centered around the countryThe search for food and new land has driven humans from one end to another end. With time, the need increased into the quest of knowledge and thirst of wisdom, eventually as the periods started to pass by, development started in some countries, and some countries were left far behind. This partial development of the world brought a new kind of movement, known as migration. Countries were jobs, are scarce, and there is not enough money to be made to fulfill dreams, and desire, have started losing their citizens to developed countries, legally and illegally.…show more content…
Immigration to America is very stringent now, and it is also considered to be one of the aftermaths of the tragic 9/11 incident. On March 1st 2003, the immigration and naturalization service combined with Department of Homeland securities and formed the United States citizenship and immigration services (USCIS), which would have a function primarily scrutinize applications for refugees, asylums and permanent residence (US immigration History 1998-2008).

Though the United States of America is by far majority a country, with a complete migrant mentality and the whole society of America is based on immigration. But this same immigration has caused massive effects both good and bad to a major level to the country. The immigration that started as the beginning of a new country, is now leading the country into saturation of its own resources, right from natural to man made. America has always been to other countries like a ray of hope, for having a life, which would be far by superior than a life in their native countries. The people who have come to America, have actually started entering into its

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