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    world’s immigrants. Population expansion in developed areas of the world, improved methods of transportation. Reasons for immigration, like those for migration, are often economic, although religious or political factors may be very important. These economic, political, and social conditions led to the “New” immigration after 1890. Take for instance the political reasons, where new immigrants favored democratic America where citizens had a voice in government because European governments were run by

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    The New Immigration in American History In 1886 the statue of "Liberty Enlightening the World," a gift from the people of France, was dedicated by President Grover Cleveland. Set at the entrance to New York, the statue was just in time to greet the biggest migration in global history. Between 1880 and World War I, about 22 million men, women, and children entered the United States. More than a million arrived in each of the years 1905, 1906, 1907, 1910, 1913, and 1914. Not everyone

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    when the government passed the immigration act of 1882 so that we could have less overcrowding in areas. This act denied people who had caused crimes,were not smart,and couldn’t take care of themselves. The “new immigrants” had come from European countries like Italy,Greece,Poland,and Russia. They also came from Asian nations. These immigrants entered from the East and West coast facilities but over 70% of them came to are county from Ellis island in New york city New York city. A Lot of people from

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    immigrants decide to move to a different location it is because they are in search for better opportunities, lives, jobs, and education. Immigrants have to adopt the culture, and way of the people of the new country they move to. This is often very difficult for most immigrants. A part of moving to new country, which is a totally different environment to what immigrants are used to from their former country, they have to sacrifice their own cultures, beliefs, and ways for better opportunities. When

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    IMMIGRATION TO THE UNITED STATES Millions of new immigrants came to the United States during the last three decades of the nineteenth century and the first decade of the twentieth century. In contrast to the earlier American settlers who were mostly from British, Irish or German backgrounds, the new immigrants came from the nations of southern and western Europe such as Italy, Russia, Poland and Greece. Most of these immigrants were attracted to America because they were trying to escape from

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    Immigration in New York

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    Immigration in New York I was born 23 years ago in the Dominican Republic, an island located in the Greater Antilles. There is a saying from my country that goes "Mi tiera mi corazon" meaning my country my love, which explain exactly how I felt about the Dominican Republic. To me the Island of Santo Domingo is the greatest in the World; there are beautiful people, gorgeous weather and all the mangoes I could have eaten. Then one day my parents gave me the bad news, they were moving to this place

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    A New Phase of Japan’s Immigration Policy

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    2000, the United Nations reported that an average of 609,000 immigrants per year from 1995 through 2050 is needed for Japan in order to maintain its workforce at the 1995 level (U. N. Population Division 53). The news surprised many people in Japan, and they were forced to face the immigration issue sincerely. This controversial issue has been discussed for last 150 years. Facing today’s low birth-rate and ageing population, Japan should now accept more immigrants and become a multi-ethnic country in

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    known as the Irish and German. In contrast, later in 1880’s and 1920’s arrived the “new” immigrants, which includes mostly Southern and Eastern Europeans, as well as Asians. The new immigrants differentiated from the old immigrants in many different ways but yet faced similar struggles that impacted American history we know as today. In this paper, I will contrast the different experiences and obstacles both the “new” and “old” immigrants faced as they come to America and how they are both significantly

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    Great Migration In recent discussions, the topic of immigration and the fundamental question of what is to be done with immigration? has been circulating in many american homes today, especially the closer we get to election day. As David Cole puts it in his essay Five Myths about Immigration “But just as in the 1850’s, passion, misinformation, and shortsighted fear often substitute for reason, fairness, and human dignity in today’s immigration debates”(185). Despite misconceptions of immigrants

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    have towards illegal immigrants. The current Immigration Law disadvantages mexican immigrant families by deporting parents, forcing them to leave their children behind. In order to fix the problem we must establish a new immigration law that protects families by giving them amnesty. At an early stage the law presented concerns which constantly required new reform. During the 18th and early 19th centuries, Americans encouraged free and open immigration until the late 1800’s when the population of

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