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  • How many years do you have to stay in the united states before being able to apply for citizenship
    What was the chinese exclusion
    What is a green card
    What is the dream act
    What is a visa
  • The USA patriot act started in October 26, 2001 by former president George W. Bush. The act is about reducing restrictions on law enforcement agencies ability to search through e-mails, phone calls, etc. to reduce terrorists attacks.
    limited the number of immigrants who could be admitted from any country to 2% of the number of people from that country who were already living in the United States in 1890, down from the 3% cap set by the Immigration Restriction Act of 1921, according to the Census of 1890. It superseded the 1921 Emergency Quota Act.
  • 1798 the alien and sedition acts-it required you 14 years of residancy before citizenship and provided for the deportation of the “dangerous aliens.It changed to only 5 years in the 1800’s
    1882- The Chinese exclusion act-1st federal immigration law suspende chinese immigration for 10 years and blocked the chinese into the united states
    1892- the geary act was passed and that extended the Chinese exclusion act
    1921 the emergancy quota act In the United States, the Emergency Quota Act of May 19, 1921 limited the annual number of immigrants who could be admitted from any country to 3% of the number of persons from that country living in the United States in 1910, according to Census figures. That was 357,802 people. Of that number just over half was allocated for northern and western Europeans and the remainder for eastern and southern Europeans, a 75% reduction from prior years.
    1924 the imigration law of 1924
  • The USA patriot act started in October 26, 2001 by former president George W. Bush. The act is about reducing restrictions on law enforcement agencies ability to search through e-mails, phone calls, etc. to reduce terrorists attacks.
    limited the number of immigrants who could be admitted from any country to 2% of the number of people from that country who were already living in the United States in 1890, down from the 3% cap set by the Immigration Restriction Act of 1921, according to the Census of 1890. It superseded the 1921 Emergency Quota Act.
    2010- arizona law- talk about later
  • Used as an immigration center for the U.S. during 1892 – 1952
    First immigrant to pass through Ellis island
    Ellis island is an island located of the shore of New York
    One of the main immigration stations

  • 20 percent of people were detained due to mental or physical problems
    Doctors would suspect that you were ill if you just bit your nails or even smiled
    If you were suspected to be mentally ill about 9% would be marked whith an x and sent to another examination room where they would be asked personal questions,arithmac problems and puzzles
  • A green card is a card that says you are a permanent residant
    Some people marry to get a green card and that is one of the cases that happens a lRecently, the United States Government passed laws to issue Green Cards to people in special circumstances. These people belong to a category called special immigrants. Every year, the United States allots up to 10,000 Green Cards to immigrants in special situations
  • You need a visa to immigrate to the US
    The different types of visas are as listed : B-1 Temporary visitor for Business
    B-2 Temporary visitor for Pleasure (Tourist Visa)
    E-1 Treaty Trader, spouse and children
    E-2 Treaty Investor, spouse and children
    F-1 Student Visa
    H-1B Work Visa for Specialty Occupations (including fashion models)
    J-1 Visas for exchange visitors
    K-1 Fiancée and Fiancé Immigration Visa
    O-1 Extraordinary ability in Sciences, Arts, Education, Business, or Athletics
    P-1 Individual or team athletes
    R-1 Religious workers
    TN Trade visas for Citizens of Canada and Mexico

    The Immigrant visas are as listed : Immediate Relatives Immigration Visa
    Special Immigrants
    Family-sponsored Immigration Visa
    Employer-sponsored Immigration Visa
    Marriage to a Foreign National
    Diversity Immigrant Visa Program, commonly know as the Green Card Lottery
    Employment Immigrant Visas

  • Arizona's law orders immigrants to carry their alien registration documents at all times and requires police to question people if there's reason to suspect they're in the United States illegally.
    People have many different thoughts about the immigration law like some people think its racial profiling
    The state senate passed it
  • Deportation (a process that is also called "removal") occurs when the federal government orders that a non-citizen be removed from the United States, typically after the violation of immigration or criminal laws. Choose a link from the list below to learn more about deportation and the removal process

    The basic idea is to allow certain illegal immigrants who were brought here by their parents at a young age and who have been educated in American schools to become permanent residents.
  • Elvira Arellano was an illegal immigrant who gave birth to her 8-year-old son, Saul . She had worked at an airport cleaning when authorities tried to arrest her because they suspected that she was using an fake social security number bet she took refugee in a Chicago Church.
    One day when she left to go to LA for a rally for immigration she was arrested by authorities and was deported to Mexico. She still fights for immigration rights today.
  • Like in the United States, France, India, Ireland, Mexico and New Zealand automatically aprove citizenship to anyone born within their territory, regardless of the citizenship of the child's parents. Canada has the same law, unless the parents are illegally present in the country.
    Now and then, walls are built specifically to keep illegal immigrants at bay. Debater Derek notes the case of the Spanish enclaves of Ceutta and Melilla in northern Africa, bordering Morocco. Spain has struggled to keep African immigrants out of the enclaves, which serve as a launching pad into the European Union. Even India has built a barrier on parts of its border with its poorer neighbor, Bangladesh, to keep illegal economic migrants out.

  • Permission must be obtained from the competent authorities of the Chinese Government by aliens for their entry, transit and residence in China.
    The Chinese Government protects the legitimate rights and interests of aliens within Chinese territory.
  • Today people are crossing the border illegally and are being smuggled into the country. These people are called illegal aliens.
    Terrorists can immigrate to the U.S.
    Today immigrants don’t have to get to the U.S. buy a crammed, unhealthy boat. The can come by boat, plane, car,
    Or train.
  • Ir realtes to our theme because it is a human right to immigrste if you feel you need to and it also is a civil right
  • Ppl are leaving because they have no freedom of speech and no human rights they basically have no Life
    The fbi has reason to beilieve that there a fugitives that went to cuba and are under castros protection
    Some of them have been accused of murder, others of terrorism, air piracy and financial crimes:
  • Sociology- People who are immigrating could be feeling all sorts of stuff.The children either feel scared or happy it all depends on why there immigrationg.
    Why they are leaving. The most common reason why people are leaving there home country is because of the laws.they either think the laws are ufair like they have no freedm like in cuba or they just don’t agree with how the country or state is being runned.other reasons are because theres war but like I said before theres different reasons
    Technology- They now have airplanes flying above the border and if they see someone trying to get past it not a lot of people will get hurt and they just have them in their own little air plane they also have survalience cameras,surcurity fences and even survallience vans
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    • 1. 5 essential Q’s glossary acts Ellis island video detainees Green card Arizona immigration law deportation Around the world Immigration today Science behind statistics Cuba Important people Five essential A’s bibliography Immigration
    • 2. 1. How many years do you have to stay in the united states before being able to apply for citizenship? 2. What was the Chinese exclusion act? 3. What is a green card? 4. What is the dream act? 5. What is a visa?
    • 3. • Deportation-the lawful expulsion of an undesired alien or other person from a state. • Immigrants-a person who migrates to another country, usually for permanent residence. • Undocumented-lacking documentation or authentication • Importing-to bring in (merchandise, workers, etc.) from a foreign country for use, sale, processing, export, or services. • Aliens- Not belonging to the same country, land, or government, or to the citizens or subjects thereof; foreign; as, alien subjects, enemies, property, shores. Glossary
    • 4.  Alien and Sedition Act  Chinese Exclusion Act  Geary Act  Emergency Quota Act  Immigration Act of 1924  USA PATRIOT Act  Arizona Immigration Law
    • 5. 1798 1882 1892 1921 1924
    • 6. 2001 2010
    • 7. Ellis Island • 1892 to 1954 • Annie Moore • New York • Main station
    • 8. http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=p2lJs- 0swH8
    • 9. The “Detainees” • 20% • “Symptoms” • Suspected • chart
    • 10. Green Card • What is it? • Ways to get it • Special immigrants
    • 11. The “Visa” and what it is and is for • Needed for immigration to US • Multiple types • “Nonimmigrant Visas” • “Immigrant Visas”
    • 12. Arizona Immigration Law Law Debate Who passed it
    • 13. Deportation • Law • Dream Act
    • 14. Elvira Arellano Elvira Arellano was an illegal immigrant who gave birth to her 8- year-old son, Saul . She had worked at an airport cleaning when authorities tried to arrest her because they suspected that she was using an fake social security number but she took refugee in a Chicago Church. One day when she left to go to LA for a rally for immigration she was arrested by authorities and was deported to Mexico. She still fights for immigration rights today.
    • 15. Immigration laws in other countries • Government must allow permission to aliens who want to enter into China • The Chinese Government protects aliens rights that are within Chinese territory The Peoples Republic Of China
    • 16. Immigration today • Illegal aliens • Terrorists • Ways of immigrating
    • 17.  Human rights  Civil right
    • 18. Statistics
    • 19. Top Ten  # 1 California: 2,209,000  # 2 Texas: 1,041,000  # 3 New York: 489,000  # 4 Illinois: 432,000  # 5 Florida: 337,000  # 6 Arizona: 283,000  # 7 Georgia: 228,000  # 8 New Jersey: 221,000  # 9 North Carolina: 206,000  # 10 Colorado: 144,000
    • 20. What It Really looks like
    • 21.  Why people are leaving  Criminals???  What Castro has done
    • 22. SOCIOLOGY TECHNOLOGY  Feeling  Why they left  The border
    • 23. Question: How many years do you have to stay in the united states before being able to apply for citizenship? Answer: You have to stay in the united states for 5 years before being able to apply for citizenship.
    • 24. 2nd essential answer • Question: What was the Chinese exclusion act? • Answer: The Chinese exclusion act was were the Chinese couldn’t enter USA
    • 25. Question: What is a green card? Answer: A green card is a card that says you are a permanent resident.
    • 26. 4th essential answer • Question:What is the dream act? • Answer: the dream act is an act that allows children that are illegal immigrants to become US citizens if they graduate school.
    • 27. 5th essential answer • Question: what is a visa? • Answer: a visa is a document of which could allow you to immigrate to the U.S.
    • 28. bibliography Internet- • http://www.uscis.gov/portal/site/uscis/menuit • http://www.ask.com/web?q=information+for+kids+about+green+cards&qsrc=0&o =0&l=dir • https://www.usaimmigrationsupport.com/greencard.html • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ra%C3%BAl_Castro • http://www.immigration.com/ • http://teacher.scholastic.com/activities/immigration/ • http://www.pollingreport.com/immigration.htm • http://www.immigrationdirect.com/?gclid=CPyBmNmCqaUCFQN7gwodrGryJA
    • 29. Books • Alien Nation-Peter Brimelow • American immigration, a student companion- Roger Daniels • Ex Mex from migrants to immigrants- George Castaneda • Encyclopedia of American immigration v 2,3,4- James Ciment

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