Immigration To America

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Does Immigration Contribute to a Better America? Immigration plays a huge role in the population of the United States. The U.S is looked at as a place for a new start and a place to begin a new life. The U.S gives people the chance to make their own decisions and have their own freedom, who are we to decide who can have these rights or not. Should Americans really have the right to deny another human access to live in this country? For decades people from other countries have been coming to America because it was the “land of opportunity”. America was built by all migrants because this land long before anyone came belonged to the Indians. Some of the brightest people in the world that had great impact on America were immigrants.…show more content…
They’ve already went through the dangerous and hard part of getting into the Country, why not take the extra step? When asked this question immigration analyst Daniel Costa says “even with legal citizenship would an American honestly be willing to give an immigrant a chance at a new life, most would say no”. (Costa) Really the biggest problem most people see with immigrants is the whole job and population situation. But really this is not that big a deal to most people who do not want low paying jobs with bad health benefits and hard labor because that’s the typical job these immigrants are taking, and in all reality only a few Americans are willing to take.(Costa) Most Americans point out the bad and disadvantages that immigration brings, but immigration does bring benefits. When immigrants come to America they are not given or placed in high end jobs, they take whatever they can get. That shows how determined and desperate these people are in coming to this country and trying to start a new life. Immigration analyst Daniel Costa says immigrants are harder working then most of the average American because they make more of an effort to stay in this country and they see that by living here it is a privilege and not a right, which some Americans take for granite. (Costa) Immigrants contribute back to the U.S by expanding their culture and ethnic traits, which creates a more diverse America. For example most foods Americans love to eat come from immigrants spreading their culture. Looking at the big picture you will find that immigration takes a lot of hard work and heart to carry on with. If immigrants were so desperate in wanting to leave their home country and come to America to start a new life, then maybe they would show that same determination in working hard at the jobs they
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