How have immigrants affected the culture of the northeast?
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America has a history of acceptance and tolerance towards people who choose to immigrate to this country. The United States came to be known as "the land of opportunity" because people were free to work hard and succeed here. Many of us forget that this country was built and populated by immigrants… seeking a better life. The famous poem (The New Colossus) by Emma Lazarus proclaims that the silent lips of the Statue of Liberty speak these words: " [...]Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door!" In spirit and in practice, America was open to those seeking the chance at a better life. The reality is quite different today. The process of immigration is long, tedious - and quite simply out of reach for many who aspire to live and work here. This happened gradually but deliberately. Today, immigration is feared by many Americans because immigrants threaten their job security. Immigrants often speak broken English, or no English at all. Immigrants have different cultures and may not be eager to assimilate into the American way of life. Immigrants tend to be drawn to neighborhoods where they are among people who are similar to them, thus clustering and adding to the ghetto-ization of cities. Sometimes high-unemployment rates among these communities can lead to criminality. Furthermore, it can strain the American education system if many children do not speak standard English. Despite this, we must not lose sight of the fact that immigrants provide America with many advantages. The richness and diversity of their cultures, for example. Also, their willingness to work hard and take on certain jobs that Americans would otherwise refuse - at least at the same wage level. They provide a supply of willing labor for those industries which are in need. Americans benefit from the goods and services that their inexpensive labor allows. There are also those highly-skilled immigrants: scientists, doctors, teachers and others who come from around the globe and put their skills to the benefit of American companies and universities. Immigrants do not only contribute their culture, their labor and their skills; those who obtain permanent residency and Social Security also pay taxes like other Americans. (MORE)
One opinion: There are an estimated 20 million illegal immigrants in this country. They don't just pick tomatoes anymore. They have started taking over our middle jobs as well. A Mexican came over here from Mexico 9 years ago. It started slowing down. He got laid off a couple months later he gets ca…lled back because they wanted someone that could speak to all the Mexican customers in their native language. "Se hablo Espanol" is everywhere. A teen used to be able to get a summer job or after school job at MacDonald's. Go there look around, that job he or she wanted is being filled by a 40 year old Mexican. At the fast food restaurants you will be hard pressed to find a white or black person even at the manager position. We also have these walk in clinics. They fill their jobs with interpreters for those that come in to be seen that can only speak Spanish. It's not only clinics, call on a Realtor, car dealer, dentist or the umpteen times you call anywhere and get the 'press one' to talk to someone in Espanol. (Supplied bu a nonmember user) Answer: Many people see immigration as a problem and increases unemployment. This may be a misconception. In places of high unemployment, you would not have any immigrants there simply because of no work. People see the immigrants taking all the blue collar jobs but it simply not the case. They do jobs that the "native" people won't do. These include strawberry picking, rubbish collector, cleaner... The list goes on. So next time you say kick out the immigrants, you go do the dirt work. The cost of such things will go up thanks to no willing people. (MORE)
Answer . Yes. If you are filing to sponsor someone you will need to fill out an Affidavit of Support stating you can support this person in the US without being on public assistance. You have to meet 125% of the poverty line, as stated on the forms you can download at www.uscis.gov. If you fi…led bankruptcy you are not an eligible sponsor and you will need a co-sponsor (mother, father, someone who makes 12% of the poverty line). (MORE)
cultural effects of immigration: americanization. which isn't nessicarily a bad thing. It seems though that the parents of children here stay strong to the way that they were raised, their culture. it's their children that become accustomed to the American ways, and some what lazy. Many of them even… say that they have been americanized. My Asian friends do. My boyfriend is Mexican and has done the same thing but he's in denial of it. (MORE)
the immigrants take job spaces that would otherwise go to legal workers, in exchange for cheap labor.
Indentured servitude only lasted in the Colonial US until the early 1700s. If and indentured servant survived (most indentured servants were worked to death by their "owner") his term then his former "owner" must give him some land to settle on. These lands were located in the Colonial US, and the i…ndentured servants were usually given poor farming land located further from the US East Seaboard. (MORE)
Yes, immigration does affect businesses. Immigrants that apply forjobs must have a certain level of documents in place to prevent thecompany form violations. Companies are required to provide trainingmaterials and employment materials that the individuals canunderstand even if they have limited Engl…ish skills. (MORE)
Between 1870 to 1920, the new immigrants coming to the UnitedStates had shifted from western European protestants to immigrantsfrom eastern and southern Europe. They came from Russia, Italy,Poland, Greece, and China. They were much poorer than previousimmigrants had been, and were Greek Orthodox, Ca…tholic, and Jewishby faith. They added their distinctly different cultures, foods,celebrations and qualities, to make the United States a much morediverse country. Unfortunately, America didn't like the newimmigrants, who seemed so different from them, and changed from awelcoming country to one with distinctly anti-immigrant sentiments. (MORE)
Immigration has had a major effect on the United States. Other thanthe Native Americans that were on the continent when Columbusarrived, everyone has immigrants in their history.
Immigration ha s effected the u.s.a because immigrants have came with different languages and cultures and music,ideas and a lot of other things that us here in the u.s. immigrants came with there languages and that makes it difficult to help the new students who are immigrants to understand what th…e class is about........alot of immigrants that come here threaten jod securities and people lose their jobs. (MORE)
Immigration can be a positive solution or a nightmare to a country's population. If the immigrant has no history of negative qualities, then they could make a positive contribution to Canada's development. If the immigrant comes to Canada legally, contributes the taxes required, respects the laws …and authority, and is a good citizen, - then their effect will be positive and very good for Canada. If the immigrant is illegally living here, they will not pay taxes, not be accountable to anyone, will not likely respect citizens nor community property, and will be a negative impact on the society. (MORE)
Other cultures can have an affect on your culture because ofglobalization. For example, the arrival of Indian immigrants inBritain led to curry becoming a national dish.
it has effect Canada religion such as France when they were at war at Canada they have entered some religion such as Christianity some people have became Christan's but some stayed at their religion in Canada.
Pretty much in every way imaginable. There is no " United States " Original people. If your not a Native American, your an immigrant somewhere along the line back 10,000BC. So the world you see, or at least the culture boom around the 1900's, hits in food like pizza and hotdogs, to cars we drive be …it German or Japanese. (MORE)
Immigration has been shaping the US since the 18th century onwards. Economy, productivity, efficiency and development of exceptional skills are the positive effects of the immigration. However, it has also put the environmental resources and health care, education system under severe strain. Another… troubling thing about US immigration is the illegal immigrants problem. They usurp the jobs of the legals and the citizens thus leaving them unemployed. (MORE)
There is no such thing as a "Canadian" culture anymore than thereis a single Global Culture. Canada is a Confederation of many Nations, each with many peoplesand cultures. Some of those cultures date back thousands of years, some hundredsand most just a few decades. Most Canadians have very shall…ow family roots in Canada with 38%not being born in Canada or having at least one parent not born inCanada. With that in mind "Immigrants" are Canadian culture, just as theyare Global Culture. BTW in Canada "Immigrants" are considered First Generation andtheir children Second Generation. This is different than mostcountries because once a person becomes Canadian they get all therights and benefits, sometimes even more, than those whose familieshave been in Canada for hundreds of years. Also those whose families have been here for hundreds of years donot force their culture on others, not even their children.Multi-Generational Canadians have a very live and let live cultureand think it is wrong to force others to change their culture. Ofcourse this is not the case for all Multi-Generational Canadiancultures as there are some who have made laws that force theirlanguage and culture on new comers. Aside from that minority mostCanadians respect other cultures and do not force their culture, oreven share their culture as much as others. It is the main qualityof Canadians that people like. People who come to Canada have, generally speaking, kept theirculture. (MORE)
North eastern states (region) all share similarities and possibly an accent for instances new yorkans have an. Accent but clothing trends are also part of culture and music also
Immigrants came to the U.S for different reasons. Most had difficulties in their homeland. Many were poor.Some of them had been treated badly because of their race or religion.
In my opinion, immigration doesn't affect people because it's justnew people entering from other states. But in a way, it does affectsome people. It affects people because the economy is gettingworse, there are fewer jobs, and it gets over populated.
Immigration affected American life in a lot of ways. It allowed forrapid development because immigrants were the labor force workingon construction projects. It also added a rich variety to Americanculture.
No, but you would expose their illegal status. . They would have to go back to their home country and you'd have to file for a fiance visa to bring them legally to the US, after that you'd have to get married here and file for a I-130 (Petition for Alien Relative) I-485 (Adjustment of Status) and I…-765 (Employment Authorization Card). www.uscis.gov (MORE)
I think that immigrants affected the U.S. because without immigrants coming over from other countries, we wouldn't have other nationalities, like Irish people, or Asian people, or whatever kind of people.
find jobs, escape racial violence,economic hardship, and political oppression...wanna find out more about it? read it in your US History book :)
How does a national origins quota system for immigration affect the ethnic and cultural diversity of a nation?
When you have a quota, not as many people are allowed in. This willkeep diversity to a minimum but allows the citizens to get the jobsand the benefits of the country.
Probably the Catholic religion is the strongest single element of the Italian culture, which of course is maintained by going to church, enrolling children in Catholic schools, and so forth. And then there is traditional Italian food, which is prepared and eaten in Italian families. Various other as…pects of Italian culture can also be preserved by immigrants. They can listen to Italian operas, for example. (MORE)
It affects an immigrants perspective on life. --------------------- There is no "Canadian Identity". Canada is a Confederation of many Nations with many cultures. Immigration enriches the Canadian Confederation by adding to those many cultures.
Mainly through oral history, and paintings or art. Wedding traditions of immigrants are passed from mother to daughter. Traditional crafts, songs, dances, and history are taught to the children. Any kind of cultural tradition is handed down to the next generation in the same way as any kind of kn…owledge can be passed on--it is taught. If it is taught in such a way that the next generation do not further hand it on down, then that tradition will be unsuccessful and will end. (MORE)
Alot of Chinese names thru-out California due to the Chinese gold prospectors in 1849; China Camp, China Wall, etc. The railroad would've took alot longer to build, as only the Chinese men were willing to blast thru the granite mountains going thru Donner Pass in the Sierra Mountains. Very few men w…anted to handle NITROGLYCERIN in those days! (MORE)
Local culture is usually enhanced by immigrants; they bring their food, their celebrations, and their individual talents to a community.
Many people see immigration as a problem and increases unemployment. This may be a misconception. In places of high unemployment, you would not have any immigrants there simply because of no work. People see the immigrants taking all the blue collar jobs but it simply not the case. They do jobs that… the "native" people won't do. These include strawberry picking, rubbish collector, cleaner... The list goes on. So next time you say kick out the immigrants, you go do the dirt work. The cost of such things will go up thanks to no willing people. Misconception? Given a difficult economy employers can hire 2 illegal's for the price of one tax paying legal worker! The more available the steady stream of illegals the easier and more tempting it is to not only lay off a tax paying worker but to delay hiring any of them back. As for the point made above: "In places of high unemployment, you would not have any immigrants there simply because of no work." I see exactly the opposite is the case. You do see high unemployment figures of tax paying workers where you see large concentrations of illegal aliens. The simple answer is the math put forth in my previous paragraph. There are still hard working Americans who need a job and would certainly do the jobs you suggest "native people" won't do. It is just that the pay scale has been driven down by cheap illegal labor that Tax paying workers can't make a living doing it. But when you don't pay taxes and receive social services you can have a far better life then in the country of your birth. That's why American Tax paying workers can't pick strawberries or other jobs you are suggesting we won't do. (MORE)
because if there is a quarry people cant go to work and if it is hot they could over heat
They chose there because they can get better jobs and because the nations there are richer.
before you get this conclusion, you should know what made the USA, the history of American immigration.
It has a affect on you because if the government the chases the immigrants out of one state; they might come into yours.
dispite the distaste most people have for immigrants they have brought new ways to make food; i.e. tacos enchiladas etc, and they contributed to music like mariachi bands. Those are some of the biggest contributions
Immigration can affect religion just as it does many other areas of lifestyle. The culture from the homeland is brought and shared to the migrated area. Therefore it is logical to think that religion could also be altered. IF the religion is based on biblical principals, there should be only be supe…rficial changes since the word never changes. The Bible is the workbook for living. (MORE)
On the most basic level, immigration strictly increases the levelof labor and human capital in a given economy. This meansthat immigrants bring their skills and work to the country theymove to, increasing economic production. Additionally, immigrantsoften bring capital with them in the form of p…hysical assetsor finances that are spent or used in the country they immigrateto. The increasing level of labor, human capital, and capital inthe economy has positive effects due to increasing competition,higher production, and, often, lower production costs. When thestock of labor is increased, especially by certain types ofimmigrants, specialization occurs, which means that these laborersfill certain types of position at cheaper or more efficient ratesso that other labor can be freed up for their best tasks.Additionally, specialization lowers production costs, increasingsocial welfare. Overall, immigration increases production, lowersproduction cost, increases specialization, and increases socialwelfare. (MORE)
Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) allow expedited immigration processing to meet provincial labour market and business needs. There are two types of PNP program, the skilled worker PNP for occupations in demand and the business immigration program designed to allow expedited immigration processing …for experienced business people wishing to establish a new business invest money or joint ventures with a local business. British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island and the Yukon all offer Provincial Nomination Programs. Federal Business Immigration Canada's Business Immigration Program seeks to promote economic development and employment by attracting people with venture capital, business acumen and entrepreneurial skills. The Business Immigration Program currently falls under three categories of immigrants: . Entrepreneurs . Self-Employed . Investors Entrepreneurs Currently, those wishing to come to Canada as Entrepreneurs must demonstrate their intention and ability to establish, purchase or invest in a business that will create or maintain employment for at least one (1) Canadian citizen or permanent resident other than a member of their family. Those applying under the Entrepreneur category will have conditions placed on their visas which require them to prove to Citizenship and Immigration Canada officials that: . they have purchased/invested in an existing business or have established a new business with net worth of at least $300,000 in Canadian funds; . they have made a significant capital investment in the business; . they have actively managed the business; and . they have created at least one (1) job for a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada other than a member of their family. Once the requirements are complied with, conditions placed on their Visas are removed. Self-Employed Those interested in applying in the Self-Employed category must demonstrate an intent and an ability to create employment for themselves. Their endeavours must constitute a significant contribution to the Canadian economy or to Canada's cultural and/or artistic life. Investors An Investor is defined as a person who has successfully operated or controlled or directed a business or commercial undertaking and who has accumulated, through his/her own endeavours, at least $800,000 in Canadian funds. Prior to visa issuance, Immigrant Investors must pay $400,000 to the Receiver General for Canada. The investment is subsequently allocated to the participating provinces and territories in Canada. Funds are used for job creation and economic development. The full amount of investment (without interest) is repaid to the investor after 5 years. The exact date of repayment depends on when the $ 400,000 is received by the Citizenship and Immigration Canada. 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They had taken on the customs and the culture by blending in and started to get used to the u.s. culture and customs.
Immigration is influenced by push and pull factors. Push factors,such as unemployment or overpopulation, push people to leave anarea. Pull, such as employment opportunities and stability, pullspeople to a town.
they took all of our jobs. ------- The above answer is one of many. More than 20% of the Canadian population is Foreign-born, immigrants. We call them First Generation Canadian because once a person has citizenship they have all the rights of multi-generational Canadians. They can hold any …position or job, and even become our leader, head of state or supreme court judge. They also have all the responsibilities of Canadians which many are not comfortable with. Of course multi-generational Canadians are not comfortable with many of those responsibilities, so that is very Canadian. When it comes to the affect on Canada it is almost impossible to overstate. With 20% being immigrants, concentrated in our major centres they and their children easily make up the majority in many areas. Due to multi-generational Canadians very low birth rate, and First Generation Canadians very high birth rate the majority of people in Canada are going to be, if they are not already, first or second generation Canadian. Those majority numbers have a much greater affect than they would in many other nations because multi-generational Canadians have a loose culture a very open acceptance of others. This is why Canada has so many immigrants, we tend to have a live and let live view of society and do not force our views on others as most other cultures and countries do. Not all of us of course. French Canadians have a much tighter culture and do everything they can to mold immigrants and all Canadians to their ideas. Fortunately for Canada most of their power over people is isolated to Quebec and there people will find many cultural rules and laws that do not exist elsewhere in Canada. In most of Canada Immigrants are not required to adopt a Multi-generational Canadian culture or view point. They are free to use their own language, set up their own houses of worship, attend schools of their own choice, and are encouraged to take part in politics to shape communities and Canada as they wish. Many immigrants confuse this freedom with there being no "Canada" in many ways. It is difficult for some to conceive of a culture that would allow such things. Their culture or country would not be so welcoming. Sometimes they view Canada as weak, something that needs more rules and culture. That is affecting Canada in many ways, particularly those who have deep roots in the land and have a loose, quiet, live and let live, culture. A recent example is the controversial topic of gun control. Most Canadians being first or second generation have a view of firearms based on their own culture and history. Their time in Canada is almost always in Urban centres. Many have negative views of firearms and see them something only government agents or criminals use or own. They can not see firearms as tools, may not even have heard of such a thing. Even multi-generational Canadians often see firearms as weapons particularly if their family has deep urban roots. On the other hand most multi-generational Canadians outside of the urban centres (and Quebec) see firearms as tools. A part of their deep culture and history in the land. Canada was explored and settled with firearms, even today firearms are part of traveling and living in much of Canada. These Canadians can show continuous firearm ownership in their family dating back hundreds of years. Guns are part of who they are, where they came from, a tool like a canoe and like a canoe part of their culture past and present. But these Canadians are quiet about their culture, particularly if they are not Aboriginal. They do not force their culture on others and tend to be accommodating to others view points. This has resulted in them facing increasing restrictions on their cultural right to own and use firearms. The large number of immigrants, who are unaware of such cultural issues, due in part to their own history, our proximity to the USA and anti-gun lobbies in Canada, make the exercise of these cultural Canadian rights more difficult. They often support more gun laws which are a direct attack on many Canadians cultural rights. Something that if that happened to them would result in a loud and major outcry. Since our culture is much quieter they tend misunderstand our response. I think that debate and the successes against Canadian cultures who have a deep history of firearm use and ownership show some of the affects of immigration. They have or are shifting traditional political powers, and are shaping Canada in many other ways. Immigrants are changing Canada into their Canada, they and their children are already or soon to be the majority, they are going to be traditional multi-generational Canadians within a few short decades. It may not be so much a question of how have immigrants affected Canada but what affect did Canada have on them, on their Canada. Just as yesterdays Canada was created by immigrants from the 1600's, tomorrows Canada will be created by the immigrants of the late 20th and early 21st century. There can be no larger affect. (MORE)
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People leave their home country for all sorts of reasons. They can leave their counrty for financial reasons, religious reasons, to get an education, or just because they want to explore another land.
the push-pull factor. what is PUSHING people away, and what is PULLING people to the new place
They were pushed off their lands and marginalised. Later the government and Churches rounded up and shipped children off to residential schools. This single act was more destructive to First Nations culture than every other act. Children were forbidden to talk in their own language, forced to attend… Christian churches, forced to abandon their own beliefs and culture. When they returned to their homes, they were strangers, adrift between native culture and western culture, not fitting in either. The damage is still evident. (MORE)
It has helped to build the economy for the people, because the more people there are the more jobs that will be filled therefore bringing in lots of revenue for the country because of its amount of exports
Although they are demonized for "stealing jobs", the reality is that they perform jobs nobody else wants to do, such as babysitting, dish-washing or gardening. Also, most people think they don't pay taxes and keep using public services "for free", such as health care and education, while in reali…ty, most of them pay consumer taxes and if the opportunity is given, will settle down and pay their fair share of income taxes. (MORE)
Nativism is favoring the culture of old immigrants. They are very set in there ways and want to live in a country with there own people and not have to change there cultures. This is a big split between old immigrants and new immigrants.
There were two main large language families in the Northeast. Algonquin was one with 13 languages or more depending on how you count and where you draw the borders. They are: Eastern Abnaki, Western Abnaki, Etchemin, Munsee, Unami, Nipmuck, Mahican, Malecite-Passamaquoddy, Wampanoag, Mi'kmaq, …Narragansett, Mohegan-Pequot, Quiripi-Naugatuck. The other main family was Iroquoian with about 9 in the Northeast. They are: Seneca, Cayuga, Onondaga , Oneida, Mohawk, Susquehannock , Wenrohronon, Neutral, Erie, Tuscarora, Laurentia Some of the ones that are listed as a single language with "dialects" may actually have separate languages as different as English and Dutch or Spanish and Italian. A language family is a group of related languages, they may not be understandable to each other. For example, English, Russian, Italian and Icelandic and Hindi and Persian are all in one family. Turkish is a different family. Arabic and Hebrew are in another family together. The word dialect often means it is still understandable and mainly the same language but at other times it is used to refer to completely different languages such as Chinese "dialects" Mandarin and Cantonese. (MORE)
Immigration has a direct impact on thecrop worker supply. The more lenient immigration is, the morecontrolled the prices are of the food.