TITLE

CHAPTER 1: Immigration Then and Now

AUTHOR(S)
Bray, Ilona; Lewis, Loida
PUB. DATE
March 2010
SOURCE
How to Get a Green Card (9781413311037);Mar2010, p5
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
Chapter 1 of the book "How to Get a Green Card" is presented. It explores the evolution of the current immigration policies in the U.S. It highlights the early settlers in the U.S., the restrictions during early immigrations and the current laws pertaining to immigration. It focuses on the shift in the U.S. economy that lead to change in sense of security and public attitudes toward immigrants.
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50358972

 

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