Chapter 3: Immigrating to North America
- DEPORTING DOWNICANS: SOME PRELIMINARY FINDINGS. Santiago, Charles R. Venator // Harvard Latino Law Review;Spring2011, Vol. 14, p359
An essay is presented on the deportation of several Dominicans from the U.S. It mentions the deportation issues encountered by several Dominicans while living in the country and cites their struggles in dealing with the country's immigration law. It denotes the legal process of removing...
- On the Age Against the Poor: Dominican Migration to the United States. Hern�ndez, Ramona; Drachman, Diane; Paulino, Ana // Immigrants & Social Work: Thinking Beyond the Borders of the Uni;2004, Vol. 2 Issue 1/2, p87
This' article focuses on Dominican migration to the United States (U.S.) after 1965. Dominicans left their homeland pressured by economic needs, the desire to improve their lives, and encouraged by a de facto immigration policy that facilitated their exodus. Once in the U.S., most Dominicans...
- PEOPLE. // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Dominican Republic;Jan2005, p2
Gives an overview of the people of Dominican Republic. Largest foreign minority group; State religion.
- What were they thinking? // American Nurseryman;02/01/2001, Vol. 193 Issue 3, p4
Comments on the decision of legislators against immigration reform in Washington, D.C. Betrayal of Senator Trent Lott to industries; Contribution of green and agriculture industries in for immigrant workers; Effect of the legislation regarding the legal status of workers on the industries.
- Chapter 3: Immigration to North America. McDaniel, Jan // Indian Immigration;2004, p12
Often referred to as a "nation of immigrants," the United States has become a popular destination for Indian immigrants. The same is true for Canada-especially in recent years, as Indians have become one of the largest immigrant groups. In both countries, there has been a gradual historic move...
- Ein StÃ¼ck wahre Geschichte aus der Zipserei. RUFF, Csilla // Germanistische BeitrÃ¤ge;2012, Issue 31, p111
This paper discusses and analyses the importance of oral history in offering a true image of reality. Referring to the tragic destiny of the German ethnic group in Romania after the second world war - their deportation in the Soviet Union - it presents an excerpt of the narration of contemporary...
- Should Congress Adopt H.R. 982 To Foreclose Job Opportunities For Illegal Aliens? PRO. Rodino Jr., Peter W. // Congressional Digest;Jan1975, Vol. 54 Issue 1, p12
Presents arguments in favor of the proposed legislative bill that will amend the U.S. Immigration and Nationality Act. Evidence showing that the adverse impact of the presence of illegal aliens has been substantial; Responsibility to protect the job security of all American workers; Tendency...
- Our Stake in SB 1070. Madrigal-Espinoza, Iván // Echo Magazine;8/2/2012, Vol. 23 Issue 23, p71
The article provides an answer to a question regarding the anti-immigrant law in Arizona, known as Senate Bill (SB) 1070 which was passed in April 2010.
- Closing the borders to queers. Rau, Krishna // Xtra (Toronto);3/27/2008, Issue 611, p10
The article deals with the implication of a proposed amendment in the Canadian government's implementation bill for queer immigration claimants whose lives are in danger.