Immigration in the United States
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Immigration in the United States

Immigration is the international movement of people to a destination country of which they are not native or where they do not possess citizenship to establish themselves as permanent residents or naturalized citizens.

Immigration is important to me because the United States is one of the countries in which the most immigrants immigrate. The United States Census Bureau indicates that there are currently 31.7 million Hispanics in its territory -11.7% of the total population-, of which almost twenty million are of Mexican origin. This problem is important to people who immigrate to the United States.

One of the reasons why people immigrate to the United States is to seek a better future, both for them and for their children, to take advantage of the opportunities that this country gives us since in our country it does not offer us the opportunities, this is a country in which you can advance.
Bronx, NY
Saturday, May 30th 2020
Seline Rivera
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Created on 2020-05-30 at 07:58 and last updated on 2020-05-30 at 08:11.