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Green Card Warrior

Author : Nick Adams
ISBN : 9781682613054
Genre : Law
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The story of how one man took on the state department—and won. "Green Card Warrior is a must read." - President Donald Trump Nick Adams had it all: charisma, energy, a promising TV career, a new organization and an approved Green Card petition. The world was at his feet. Then came the unexpected sabotage and political persecution from one individual. It began a spiral of destruction – finances, family, health and career. He almost lost it all. Green Card Warrior is an explosive and startling exposé into the world of legal immigration and what many must endure to come to America. Rising conservative star Nick Adams reveals how he was persecuted by the Obama Administration, and offers an incisive critique of the immigration system – both legal and illegal. This eye-opening account shows how the Obama Administration has broken new ground in its intimidation and harassment of political opponents, now using its State Department to screen and select immigrants based on their politics. In Green Card Warrior, Adams recounts his personal tale, setting it against the larger story of the broken legal immigration system, and unfairness of illegal immigration in America today.
Category: Law


Author : Dennis Wepman
ISBN : 9781438108100
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 75.5 MB
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Presents a chronological study of immigration to the United States throughout history.
Category: Social Science

Immigration Wars

Author : Jeb Bush
ISBN : 9781476713465
Genre : Law
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Reviews the status of immigration and its role in the American economy, proposing a six-point strategy for reforming the immigration laws to reduce the number of illegal immigrants and attract highly skilled foreign workers.
Category: Law


Author : Karen Baicker
ISBN : 059037866X
Genre : Education
File Size : 78.50 MB
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Packed with reproducible primary sources—from photographs of Ellis Island to the Oath of Citizenship—this collection of authentic documents will capture students' interest in immigration to America between the late 1800s and the early 1900s. Teaching materials provide background information, document-based discussion questions, and reproducibles that help kids analyze and evaluate each historical document. For use with Grades 4-8.
Category: Education

U S Immigration Made Easy

Author : Ilona Bray
ISBN : 9781413323689
Genre : Law
File Size : 85.1 MB
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Many people have misconceptions about the complex tangle that is U.S. immigration law. Even a prospective immigrant with simple questions about who is eligible to come to the U.S. on a permanent or temporary basis will find the rules hard to interpret, and even harder to act upon. U.S. Immigration Made Easy demystifies the system, discussing almost every possible way to legally enter, live in, or stay in the United States. Learn how the immigration system really works and find out whether you qualify for: a work visa a student visa asylum or refugee status a green card through family, employment, or in some other category Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) a U visa, and more. Get tips on dealing with paperwork, government officials, delays and denials. Plus, you'll get step-by-step instructions on filling out and filing application forms, and learn the best way to approach the enormous U.S. government bureaucracy. Thoroughly updated and revised, this edition covers the latest changes in immigration law, including expansion of the new “provisional waiver of unlawful presence” to family members of lawful permanent residents living in the U.S.), the latest average processing times, and much more.
Category: Law


Author : Tatyana Kleyn
ISBN : 9780810869844
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Depicts the myths and realities of immigration in the United States through personal interviews and experiences within the the U.S. system. Discusses forms of discrimination, the history of immigration policies, and the process of becoming Americanized. Includes photos, charts, maps, and an index.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction


Author : Stuart Anderson
ISBN : 9780313380280
Genre : Political Science
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Presents a comprehensive and practical guide to the history, economics, and contributions of immigrants, and provides analysis of the impacts of current immigration policies in the United States.
Category: Political Science


Author : Philip Brooks
ISBN : 1403441812
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 64.35 MB
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A historical account of immigration to the United States since the arrival of the Mayflower, discussing reasons why various groups left their homelands, and dispelling myths behind some common prejudices toward immigrants. Contents include: The Rise of America, 1790-1820; The Irish Potato Famine, 1846-1850; China Comes to California; "Know-Nothings" and Other Problems; Ellis and Angel Islands; Jews Flee Pogroms and the Holocaust; Armenians Flee Genocide, Mexicans Escape Revolution; America Closes its Door, 1920s and 1930s; The World in Turmoil, 1930-1945; Cold War Refugees, 1945-1965; Cubans Flee Castro; The Continuing Haitian Refugee Crisis; Immigrant Doctors; Melting Pot or Quilt?, 1965-2003; Somalians Look for Freedom from Hunger and Terror; Desperate to Come to America; The Rise of Female Immigrants; Different Vietnamese-Americans Face Different Challenges; Combating Prejudice with Facts; Timeline; Some Famous U.S. Immigrants.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction


Author : Lila Perl
ISBN : 0761445404
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 26.5 MB
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Huge issues confront America today: among them health care, poverty, and the place of religion in government. with the nation on the brink of changes, it's more important than ever before for students to understand what led to these problems and why people in power disagree about what caused them and, therefore, how to solve them. More important, the books in Controversy! give students a way to use critical thinking to create informed opinions on where they stand on these issues, and may help them become part of the solution.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

The Economics Of Immigration

Author : Cynthia Bansak
ISBN : 9781317752981
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 43.64 MB
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Economics of Immigration provides students with the tools needed to examine the economic impact of immigration and immigration policies over the past century. Students will develop an understanding of why and how people migrate across borders and will learn how to analyze the economic causes and effects of immigration. The main objectives of the book are for students to understand the decision to migrate; to understand the impact of immigration on markets and government budgets; and to understand the consequences of immigration policies in a global context. From the first chapter, students will develop an appreciation of the importance of immigration as a separate academic field within labor economics and international economics. Topics covered include the effect of immigration on labor markets, housing markets, international trade, tax revenues, human capital accumulation, and government fiscal balances. The book also considers the impact of immigration on what firms choose to produce, and even on the ethnic diversity of restaurants and on financial markets, as well as the theory and evidence on immigrants’ economic assimilation. The textbook includes a comparative study of immigration policies in a number of immigrant-receiving and sending countries, beginning with the history of immigration policy in the United States. Finally, the book explores immigration topics that directly affect developing countries, such as remittances, brain drain, human trafficking, and rural-urban internal migration. Readers will also be fully equipped with the tools needed to understand and contribute to policy debates on this controversial topic. This is the first textbook to comprehensively cover the economics of immigration, and it is suitable both for economics students and for students studying migration in other disciplines, such as sociology and politics.
Category: Business & Economics