The Migration Between Mexico And America Essay

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1. ABSTRACT This case study explores the migration between Mexico and America and will argue that people who live in Mexico should be allowed to move to America for a safer and more prosperous life. It will consider the history and objective facts, distinguishing them with findings, a conclusion and recommendations. It will talk about 4 types of push and pull factors. First, “The American Dream”; secondly, War and Conflict in Mexico; thirdly, the development of the American and Mexican economies, as well as their immigration policies. In the recommendation section, it will be indicated that it is reasonable for people who live in Mexico to want to immigrate to The USA, to live in a democracy and to have the same opportunity as those who live in America, 2. INTRODUCTION In general, the world immigration began popular use in the mid-17th century and is a modified form of the world “migration”. meaning “to move from place to place” (Tracy,2014). People migrate for many different reasons. These reasons can be classified as economic, social, political or environmental(BBC,2015).The most common is economic migration, which is moving to find work or follow a particular career path. As we know, America has become a very powerful country since the early 20th century. The U.S. economy has become the largest and most productive in the world. The U.S. accounts for one-fifth of global GDP with only 4.5% of the world’s population. America’s economy is nearly twice the size
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