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1 The immigration policy of the United States of America Done by: Farangiskhon Ahrory

2 Immigration to the United States is a complex demographic phenomenon that has been a major source of population growth and cultural change throughout much of the history of the United States.population growthhistory of the United States Migration is difficult, expensive, and dangerous for those who enter the US illegally across the Mexico–United States border.Mexico–United States border

3 Landing at Ellis Island, 1902 Emigrants coming up the board-walk from the barge, which has taken them off the steamship company's docks, and transported them to Ellis Island. The big building in the background is the new hospital just opened


5 The United States are a nation, which is founded and formed by immigrants. They are influenced by a constantly increasing number of immigrants. The immigration policy is permanently changing because of - different developments of international relations, - political trends and - economic conditions (circumstances).

6 The history of the immigration policy Before the year of 1875 the United States of America had an open immigration policy. Before the American Civil War (from 1861 to 1865) most immigrants came from Western Europe and the British islands; not forgetting the forced immigration of million African immigrants, who were essential for the country life in both centuries before the Civil War.

7 After the Civil War the immigrants mainly came from China, Japan and Korea. They changed the whole structure of the American immigrants. From 1880 to 1920 twenty million European immigrants entered the United States. With these European immigrants the agrarian society became an industrialized nation. During this time and later the flow of immigrants was regulated through resolutions by the government to limit or completely hinder the immigration of certain nationalities.





12 More than 80 cities in the United States, including Washington D.C., New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, San Diego, San Jose, Salt Lake City, Phoenix, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, Detroit, Jersey City,Minneapolis, Miami, Denver, Baltimore, S eattle, Portland, Oregon and Portland, Maine, have sanctuary policies, which vary locally.Washington D.C.New York CityLos AngelesChicagoSan FranciscoSan DiegoSan JoseSalt Lake CityPhoenixDallasFort WorthHoustonDetroitJersey CityMinneapolisMiamiDenverBaltimoreS eattlePortland, OregonPortland, Mainesanctuary policies

13 The Illegal immigrant population of the United States is estimated to be between 7 and 20 million. [207] The majority of the illegal immigrants are from Mexico.Illegal immigrant population of the United States [207]

14 The population of illegal Mexican immigrants in the US fell from approximately 7 million in 2007 to 6.1 million in 2011 Country2012Region2012 Mexico 146,4 06 Americas 407,1 72 China 81,78 4 Asia 429,5 99 India 66,43 4 Africa 107,2 41 Philippine s 57,32 7 Europe 81,67 1 Dominica n Republic 41,56 6 All Immigran ts 1,031, 631 inflow of New Legal Permanent Residents, Top Five Sending Countries, 2012



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