How are other countries coping with immigration?
They simply don't let them in. When they arrive by boat, plane
or bicycle, the country will gladly pay for their fare, fuel, or
tires to send them right back where they came from. It's cost
effective over time for them. Most countries are not as free
thinking as the US. In other words, you wind up in jail or arrested
and they have two set of laws, one for citizens and one for aliens.
Word gets out pretty quickly.
I steel this idea from the Pheonix Arizona sherriff. When the immigrants are caught, we shave their heads, male or female, set up camps and tents in nearby farm communities and put them to work for 1 month. After a month of free labor we put them on buses and planes back where they came from. They've paid for their tickets back. Finally, if they committ a crime in the US they're sentenced to twice the regular jail sentence if they are in this country illegally. Make it a constitutional ammendment. The crime wave along the borders of the country and within the cities all over this country is a disgrace.
This country is not a melting pot welcoming all the poor and homeless. If you know the real history of this country the whole idea of religious and cultural diversity, and tolerance is a joke and a 20th century myth from some liberal jackasses looking out at midtown Manhatten.
We committed genocide on every Native American we could get our hands on and our government supported and carried out this slaughter with the help of every American immigrant.
If we had had half the respect for Native Americans that we have for illegal immigrants, we wouldn't be in the world of hurt that we're in right now. What goes around, comes around and the sins of our founding fathers have yet to be atoned.
Which piece of immigration legislation set a new limit on migration from other countries starting at 675000 each year?
IMMIGRATION: The process in which immigrants (people from all countries across the world besides those in the USA) sailed to the United states. Most were seeking religious freedom, and some were seeking wealth. PS: DO NOT PLAGIARIZE! Additional answer. Immigration is a general term for people entering a country to live in it, not just the United States. Other countries, of which Great Britain is an example, also have immigration.
Immigration = people coming in. Emigration = people going out. In America, immigration is a bigger problem than emigration because more people are entering the country than leaving it. Or...in America, immigrants come from other countries to live in America. Emigrants leave America to go live in other countries. Both words are relative that whatever country you are in. Example: if a Canadian moves from Canada to America, he/she is an immigrant TO America but…
What event has been an important cause of the surge of immigration to European countries since the beginning of the 1990s?
1. The failure of the potato crop in Ireland. 2.Unsuccessful uprisings by Germans against their rulers in 1848 Answer 2 Both the above stimulated emigration, not immigration. The growth of industrial cities, especially in Britain and Germany, stimulated immigration to them from other less developed European countries.
Should immigration policies of the US restrict or encourage immigration of persecuted groups of people from other countries?
Indeed they should. Since we Americans say this is "our" country (when it's really all different nations and countries combined) , why not help the other countries so they can leave and once again America can be all to our self. I mean like I'm white and I'm not being racist, I'm just saying why not help others. We are already helping kid from that Kony 2012 thing.
The clear majority were northern European countries only such as the UK, Norway, France, Ireland, and Germany. It was only later after WW2 that immigration restrictions were relaxed and allowed other parts of Europe the south and east to enter. These included countries such as Italy, Russia, and other various mediterranean countries (Greece etc,).
Many wanted to but it was impossible. 1) Because of poverty 2) Because of restrictive emigration laws from the countries of Europe 3) Because Palestine was ruled by the British who had by that time imposed strict limits on immigration 4) Many other countries, including America, had also enacted strict immigration limits