Immaigration to the U.S. from Mexico and Europe
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Mexican Immagration

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Immigration is a big thing now in the United States. That is just fact, so many people come to the U. S. for freedom or other purposes. Some come legally and most come illegally. The fact of the matter is people come to the United States does that mean we should kick them out? No, it doesn't  people fail to realize when people come here they come with good intentions. I am sorry to inform you that not every Hispanic you see is a drug dealer, many people come here for an education, not for illegal substances. 

As in the graph that is provided in one of the sources, the migration rate is not set it goes up and down with time. Now more Hispanics are here than before. But also there are a lot of Hispanics being deported back to where they come from from past mistakes that people here just pay off with money. How is it that we expect to go anywhere we want but are hypocritical to those who want to come here?

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Mexican Immigrants in the United States

Mexican Immigrants in the United States | Immaigration to the U.S. from Mexico and Europe | Scoop.it
Mexican immigrants have claimed the top spot among all immigrant groups in the United States since the 1980 census. In 2008, the country's 11.4 million Mexican immigrants accounted for 30.1 percent of all U.S. immigrants and 10 percent of all Mexicans. MPI's Aaron Terrazas examines their socioeconomic characteristics, where they live, and the size of the Mexican-born unauthorized population.
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This website shows where Mexican immigration is most common and where they go once they enter the states. This information is based on the 2010 census.

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The History of Immigration Policies in the U.S. | NETWORK

The History of Immigration Policies in the U.S. | NETWORK | Immaigration to the U.S. from Mexico and Europe | Scoop.it
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This website gives the history of immigration from all countries not just one. It gives details on each country, especially Europe and Mexico. Along with the information about immigration, it also has the acts and laws at that time.

 

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Immigration - Discover the Networks

Welcome to Discover the Networks. This website describes the networks and agendas of the political Left. The database is divided into 9 major sections
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How the immigration in the United States has gone up and down through out history. And how it is good and bad for the country.

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Mexico Emigration and Immigration | Learn | FamilySearch.org

Mexico Emigration and Immigration | Learn | FamilySearch.org | Immaigration to the U.S. from Mexico and Europe | Scoop.it
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Immigration wasn't always documented or even kept in records properly. This tells how they migrated and some of the records that they had in the early 19th century. 

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Mexican Immigrants: Similarities and Differences

Mexican Immigrants: Similarities and Differences | Immaigration to the U.S. from Mexico and Europe | Scoop.it
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By Manuel Garcia y Griego
Manuel Garcia y Griego placed his discussion of Mexicans as a special immigrant group within the context of examining this group at different points in
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It talked about how immigration was different based on each country. It explains the differences between Mexico and Europe, and how they were accepted in the United Sates.

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