What is the problem with Immigration coming to the US?
Because they might affect the environment.
Can a us green card holder visit Canada by air and reenter the us with hisher green card only or heshe needs other documents?
It's a problem for the U.S. because of all the illegal immigrants coming from Mexico and making up a big part of our population. We end up having to pay for foreign peoples medical coverage and scholarships and such. Its a problem for Mexico because people are smuggling themselves out of the country to try and get to a better place, which resorts to some violence.
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.
No, the noun 'immigration' is a common noun, a word for the action of coming to live permanently in a foreign country; a word for the immigration of anyone, anywhere. A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, thing, or a title; for example: US Immigration and Customs Enforcement European Union Immigration Services Pacific Immigrant Resources Society (non-profit), Vancouver BC Canada National Immigration Agency, Ministry of the Interior, Republic of China
The more immigration the larger the population. SOMEWHAT BETTER ANSWER Immigration to the US today -- not counting illegal immigration -- accounts for ALL population growth, according to some sources. In other words, if all immigration to the US stopped right now, the US population would level off and begin a slow decline as the "baby boom" slides by. Many believe that legal immigration to the US is at levels far too high for the…
Are you referring to immigration to the US? The only period of time where immigration was dominated by Northern Europe was the mid-1800s. So after this time period (around 1880), the number of immigrants from Northern Europe dropped in percentage (not necessarily numbers as they were being overshadowed by other groups now). However, immigration from Northern Europe, and all of Europe mostly, to the US has decreased dramatically and is being wildly overshadowed by other…
There is no problem and no argument made by anybody against LEGAL immigration. It is ILLEGAL immigration which is the problem. If you aren't a natural born citizen, or naturalized citizen of ANY country you do not have the right to enter illegally and "squat" there claiming rights and privileges as if you WERE lawfully in the country.