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Immigration

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Transcript of Immigration

Citizenship Through Parents
Both parents are citizens , they are married and lived in the U.S
One parents is a U.S citizen at the time of Birth.

Arizona's Immigration law
"Show me your papers" law
Deportation of Illegal immigrants.
Can get pull over if they have reasonable suspicion
Only Nebraska has joined Arizona in withholding driver's licenses from candidates eligible for the Obama administration's Deferred Action
On June 15, 2012, President Obama signed a memo calling for deferred action for certain undocumented young people who came to the U.S. as children and have pursued education or military service here. Applications under the program which is called Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (“DACA”) began on August 2012
Why did i choose this topic?
Because i can relate to this topic in so many different ways
I know people that are Illegal Immigrants including friends and some of my family.
How Is Immigration handle in the U.S
They are 11.7 Illegal Immigrants currently living in the United States of America
There are 4 ways to become a U.S citizen. One way is to get a green card Naturalization.
You must be 18 or older
Has been a resident of the U.S
Fill an application (N-400)
Stay in the U.S once you already apply
Have an understanding of the
language and history of the U.S.
No criminal records
Immigration in other countries
In 2012, the Israel Knesset passed a controversial law of imprisonment of illegal immigrants for the length of 3 years.
In china "illegal immigrants will get a warning before being fined, but in severe cases, they can be slapped with penalties of about $1,500, detained more than two weeks and ultimately be deported and barred from the country for a decade."
Illegal Immigrants deserve an opportunity
Illegal immigrants come to the U.S seeking the "American Dream". But its twice as hard for them because they don't have "papers" because of that they have to worked twice as hard just to get by. Many immigrants end up in worse conditions than the ones left behind. When America was discovered there was NO paper work needed.The American government should allow illegal immigrants living in the United States to become citizens as long as they meet the requirements.
Marry a U.S citizen
You can qualify if:
Your spouse have been a U.S citizen for at least 3 years
Your a green card holder
have been living together
At least 18 yrs. old
Know language and history
no criminal records

Join the Military
A person may be eligible for naturalization through military services under section 328 or 329 of the Immigration and Nationality Act.
At least 18 yrs. old
No criminal records
Know language and history of the U.S.A


Immigration
By: Elizabeth Andrade
Illegal mexican Immigrant
Deportation
It's hard to adjust to a new life in a different country when you have lived the majority of your life in another country. If you've worked hard, paid taxes and happen to be a decent citizen, then why deport them to a new country? How would you feel if you are working hard, paying your taxes, and contributing to society but being denied citizenship?
The life of an Illegal immigrant...
Life as it is , is already difficult for a legal citizen, now imagine the life of an illegal immigrant. Illegal immigrants are not allowed access to the same benefits of a U.S citizen. Illegal immigrants usually work in the most difficult jobs and get paid minimum wage and they can't complain or ask for a higher price due to the fact that they don't qualify. In most cases they come to America for a better life leaving their loved ones behind and they don't have anyone but themselves in this country.
Illegal Immigrants population
Canada has adopted an open immigration policy in the world.
In April of last year, they launched a Start-up Visa Program to attract highly skilled foreign entrepreneurs.
Immigrants with funding from Canadian venture capital ferms or investment groups for a start-up business will be eligible for IMMEDIATE permanent residency.
Canada
Japan
has a strict immigration policy.
Due to rapidly declining population, forcing the country to embrace a more open policy, Japan rolled out a new point-based system to rate immigrants
Immigrants earn points based on their academic background and business experience, among other facters. Those who score higher-mainly professionals-will be given preferential treatment.
Australia
In 2012 Australia received a total of nearly 15,800 asylum (the protection granted by a nation to someone who has left their native country as a political refugee) claims, up to 37% from the previous year.
The country's Department of Immigration and Citizenship states that the Migration Act of 1958 requires any non-citizen or person which is unlawfully in Australia to be detained.
People without a valid visa are considered unlawful--including children. Migrant children, especially asylum seekers, have been detained in immigration detention centers for months or even years.
The Australian Government has responded to human rights complaints by removing children from detention centers and into community detention, or local housing. However, as of last February, there were still 1,062 children in the detention centers.
Amid all the controversy, reports indicated that preparations have been made to bring children back to the notorious Curtis Immigration Detention Centre, which closed down in 2002 due to riots and protests. Re-opened in 2011 and currently holds only adult single men. A portion of the center could be declared an "alternate place of detention," which the government does not define as detention center.
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