Immigration

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Immigration

Immigration

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Assimilating, immigrating, reestablishing

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Timeline: Facts About Immigration

2009

- Every year in 2009 to 2011, more than 70% of non citizens came from Asia or North America.


2011

- More than 1 million immigrants became citizens of the U.S.

- Almost 8% of the new citizens were children with relatives, who are current citizens, in the US. This included orphans.

-More than 550,000 legal citizens were women and more than 600,000 were married individuals.


2012

-The majority of babies under age 1 were black, Hispanic, Asian, or another non-white race.

-There were 8.1 million unauthorized immigrants who worked or were looking for work in the U.S labor force.


2013

- the Obama administration had removed nearly 2 million immigrants. It is the highest number under any president.


2014

- President Obama announced his executive action on immigration. It would expand deportation relief.

-There were 11.3 million unauthorized immigrants in the U.S.

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Recipe to Be a U.S. Citizen

(WARNING: IT TAKES A VERY LONG TIME)


Ingredients:

2 gallons of money

1 cup of a relative that is a U.S. citizen

1 cup of a non-citizen

1 tsp of Form I-30 (A petition)

1 tsp of affidavit of support (A document)

2 cups of pens

5 gallons of years

1 cup of U.S. Visa



Directions:

1. Mix 1 cup of a relative, 1 tsp of Form I-30, and 1 cup of pens. This creates a filed petition from the sponsor.

2. Sprinkle in 1 tsp of affidavit of support, 1 cup of a non-citizen, and another cup of pens, to have proof of eligibility, and full financial responsibility of the non-citizen.

3. While mixing, gradually add 2 gallons of money to pay off application fees, medical exams and etc.

4. Finally, add 5 gallons of years and a cup of U.S. Visa. Wait for the papers to cool and be approved by the U.S. Visa.

5. After it has been approved, you now have yourself a legal U.S. citizen!