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Central America Immigration
As you read you will understand how Central America Immigration effected America Today and you will be informed about the immigrants increasing numbers, challenges, and political impact.
Any Jobs Available?
Immigrants from Central America did not have a high education rate most barely graduated high school so the jobs that where available was very labor intensive. The percents that most immigrants have are 34% in natural resources, construction, and maintenance occupation. 22% have a job in transportation, and material moving occupation.
Home land affected
Central America Immigrants gain money in United States more than 2 million people send the money back to their home lands. According to the Governors this gives a major impact on the on the economy. In the United States they think about way to have Central American work plans so that parents wont leave their families permanently and this will help the countries with their economic development.
Laws that were effected
Immigrants were entering the United States illegally therefor they were granted the Temporary protection status (TPS) protecting against deportation by working due to a series of natural disasters in those countries. Honduras and Nicaragua had been renewed until July 2016 and El Salvador has been renewed until September 2016.
Many Central America immigrants noticed that the cargo trains headed North caring resources, though these train were not meant for passengers so they had to ride on top of the train. Immigrants had to be wary about the dangers of falling off causing physical injuries or death; They also have to be concerned about the gangs that control the rout of the train.
Treatment or Torment?
The United states border patrols were overwhelmed with the amount of immigrants that were migrating to America. America gave immigrants rights to stay though for a temporary time due to condition in their countries. The Temporary Protection Status is the law that gives immigrants the chance to recover and regain.
Where did they go?
28% of Central America immigrants settle in the west coast California, Texas had 11%, and Florida with 11% also. The counties that are in these states were Los Angeles, Harris County, Miami Day county, and Prince George county in Maryland. All these counties combined make up to 30% of the Central America Immigrant population in the United States.