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  1. Bimantara's Avatar
    Out of all the lectures so far, this week's lseson about Immigration had me thinking about my family's migration from India to the United States the most. My parents moved to the United States with my oldest sister in the early 80's. The move was possible for them because of family and friends that had moved here previously and were able to help my family out with a place to stay and temporary employment. My parents are legal immigrants but I never spoke with them about the process they went through in getting their visas. I can imagine the process was tedious and costly so I can imagine why many people forego the legal process and resort to illegal immigration. I am in no way saying I agree with illegal immigration but I can definetly understand why it occurs. There were many points made in the lectures that caught my attention. I understand how big of an impact immigration has on government and the economy but I didn't know the scope of it until now. It is pretty clear that illegal immigrant contribute to our society by taking on minimum wage job and working for less than any American would accept. This shows how our businesses manipulate the system and put our own citizens at a disadvantage. I was unaware that illegal immigrants paid taxes by stealing social security numbers. The fact that businesses would accept the wrong social security numbers once again shows how much the immigration system is manipulated. Dr. Richards made a point to comment on how different cultures are brought over with the immigrants and how this is one of the reasons immigration results in such animosity amonst Americans. My parents worked hard to learn English once they moved here and go back to school. I agree that immigrants must learn to assimilate into this society when they make the decision to migrate, but I think the collection of cultures and beliefs that have made their way to the United States is one of the things that really sets our country apart from the others.
  2. nj car insurance's Avatar
    Come now, take a deep breath. Opposing illegal immigration does not automatically equate with hatred of illegal immigrants. One can certainly take the position that our immigration laws should be strictly enforced, while recognizing that most (not all!) of these immigrants are personally decent people trying to help their families out.But they should not break our laws to do so. Simple as that. Unless you know the hearts and attitudes of all the anti-immigration (really anti-ILLEGAL immigration) folks, you owe them the courtesy of not assuming bad intentions.

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