The Pros And Cons Of Immigrants To The United States

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The Immigrants who had moved here to the United States had faced many problems and obstacles here in United States, they came here with the hope to have better lives. Immigrants to the United States are international movement of individual who are not natives or do not pass citizenship order to settle, reside, study, or take up employment in United States. One of the reasons, the immigrants came here is because they wanted to have better lives than their homelands. Freedom and safety are also the most critical and values for them to have. There are more chances for them to have an opportunity to find a better jobs to make better living. What forced the immigrants to leave there country and stay here in the United States?
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The people maybe have religious customs and didn't know what it meant. The place will have different way to things and will not know how to do it . Also culture is a complex concept, with many different definitions. But, simply put, "culture" refers to a group or community with which we share common experiences that shape the way we understand the world. When the immigrants came here they didn't know much of the language english.
They didn't know how to talk to people like in the supermarket. When they need help they can't Communicate / say anything in english. Also learning languages is hard because it requires brand new cognitive frameworks. Simply translating the new structures through the filter of a native language isn't learning.

In Conclusion, it has been a major source of population growth and cultural change throughout much of the history of the United States. The economic, social, and political aspects of immigration have caused controversy regarding , ethnicity, economic benefits, jobs for non-immigrants settlement patterns impact on upward social mobility, crime, and voting behavior. So now you know why people want to come here or were force/ kick out of there