Polish immigrants that arrived to the US didn't face any obstacles such as racism, because all of the Polish immigrants were wealthy and just looking for more wealth
problems immigrants face
the fear of deportation!
how can schools and local governments stop problems immigrants can face
In the US, as was the case in most societies, Immigrants faced problems in US cities if they were poor. Wealthy immigrants had few problems. Money solves many problems. With that said, immigrants who were poor and Catholic found low wages and discrimination in many northern cities. These cities were favored by immigrants because there were factory or dockside jobs available but at low wages. For the most part, the USA in the 19th century was a Protestant nation, and yes there were exceptions.
One of the problems faced was compitition in jobs among each other and other immigrants.
The Irish immigrants were stereotyped as lazy, unintelligent, carefree criminals, and alcoholics. They had a hard time finding employment. They were passed over for other applicants.
Immigrants faces a few issues when coming to America. The main problems that the immigrants faced were housing, getting caught, jobs and money.
They faced giant rats and they face a troll that ate little kids
One is the ships that sent the immigrants to America were mostly overcrowded.
Japanese immigrants faced segregation in school. They was not allowed to go to the same school as the white child.
Racism, xenophobia, language barriers and poverty.
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Some problems they faced were their language, money, clothes, and education. Life was hard for immigrants when they came to America.
The Irish faced hatred from the Americans for taking potential jobs and land. They also had to deal with poor living spaces called tenements.
Immigrants face outdated immigration laws that can leave them confused, and in limbo for a considerable amount of time. They also face negative reactions from some people, who attach certain negative characteristics to people who come from certain countries.
The immigrants faced racial discrimination, language barriers, and difficulty finding a job.
Xenophobia, fear of job loss.Competition for resources.
they faced economic problems.
problems faced by immigrants:The Immigrant in the 19th and 20 century face problems with housing problems racial discrimination and the finding jobs in a new country although some immigrants like the Syrians, Chinese and the Europeans opened a few shops mostly in the Caribbean EG- in Guyana Trinidad and Tobago Jamaica St. Lucia and Jamaica.
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Poverty, not knowing the language, and inhumane working conditions.
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