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What are the disadvantages of immigration into the United States?


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2006-07-27 01:02:32
2006-07-27 01:02:32

1) the U.S. is not as good as people say it is 2) the U.S. is going down 3) immigrants only serve to make the U.S. weaker 4) the U.S. has MORE problems than any other country 5) our president reign is VERY bad 6) it is hard to survive as an immigrant 7) many more There is really only one disadvantage that I have seen with immigration and that is the language barrier. English is the offical language of America, but alot of immigrants don't speak English. Either because they can't or they won't. Either way it is a problem because if they work for you, how do you tell them what not to do, so they won't get hurt.


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