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Equality upon us all. Deserie Martinez Writing 10 Professor Van Bebber. The United states . Immigrants first populated the U.S. in 1607 As of May 2014, the United States has a total population of 317.8 million

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Equality upon us all

Equality upon us all

Deserie Martinez

Writing 10

Professor Van Bebber


The united states

The United states

  • Immigrants first populated the U.S. in 1607

  • As of May 2014, the United States has a total population of 317.8 million

  • Immigration in the United States is a difficult demographic phenomenon that has been one of the main sources for population growth.

  • Along with population growth it had brought a major

    cultural change throughout much of the history of

    the United States.

  • Gold Rush, Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo, Naturalization

    Act of 1870, Great Wave


Why immigrate to the us

Why immigrate to the us?

Better opportunities:

  • Education

  • Health Care

  • Jobs

  • Get away from:

  • crime

  • illegal drug trafficking

  • Corrupt leaders


Hispanic overpowering

Hispanic overpowering

  • Most farm workers are immigrants

  • They take on jobs that citizens would not be willing to take

  • They are a vast majority of population in the United States


Problems that will be faced

Problems that will be faced

  • If there is no agreement several problem will arise from the situation:

    • Separating families

    • Protesting against non-voters

    • Different sets of groups will think they are in control

    • Over population in the United States

    • Economy will keep getting worst


Existing bills that are alike

Existing bills that are alike

  • Standards for Immigration Reform - The House Republican leadership


Who will be eligible

who will Be eligible ?

  • Number of years a person has lived in the United States

  • Those with children with naturalized citizens

  • Those who can afford it

  • NO criminal record

    Who will NOT be eligible?

  • Convicted of an aggravated felony;

  • •Convicted of a felony;

  • •Convicted of 3 or more misdemeanors;

  • •Convicted of an offense under foreign law;

  • •Unlawfully voted; and

  • •Inadmissible for criminal, national security, public health, or other morality grounds.


A better united country

A Better, united, Country

  • Drug trafficationwill seen a lot less.

  • Will help the economy

  • More tax payers

  • Regulated population in the U.S.


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