U.S. Policy on Immigration
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This paper examines immigration policies in the United States. The paper describes some of the reasons that immigration rates in the U.S. have risen and fallen, including domestic political, economic, social, and religious factors, which have in turn been impacted by the rate of immigration from abroad. Then paper then discusses what effects these changes in rates of immigration have on the U.S. government immigration policies.
From the Paper:"Immigration: An Analysis of Policy Shifts Over the years, the pace of immigration in the United States has risen and fallen depending upon several factors. American immigration policies have shifted at various times due to domestic political, economic, social, and religious factors in the United States, which have in turn been impacted by the rate of immigration from abroad. When immigration rates have been high, government immigration policies have tended to become more restrictive because of government reactions to public concerns about "foreigners" undermining American society and taking away jobs. In times of economic expansion and prosperity, immigration policies have tended to be much less stringent, primarily because jobs are plentiful."
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