Implementation of U.S. Immigration Policies
Keywords:Immigration, The effects of immigrants, The United States’ immigration policy, social inclusion.
AbstractImmigration and refugees are sets of global flows of people who are seeking information, technology, economic stability, and military, political, and social asylum. Immigrants and refugees, which is one of the categories of migrants, represent only one of many global exchanges in an increasingly independent world. As the number of immigrants increases, the national, demographic, and socio-economic composition of the foreign residents in a host country are impacted by the immigration and immigrant policies of the receiving country. Immigration is inseparably part of the American national identity and always will be, and the United States would not continue to grow without immigration. In setting immigration policy in the United States, policymakers must be sensitive to both the U.S. vulnerabilities and the effects of American policies on the countries of origin. Since the post 9/11 period in the United States, immigration, immigration policy and implementation have been debated issues. Especially after Donald Trump was elected, the debate about migrants and immigration issues has increased even more. The purpose of this study is to show the development of immigration in American history, the positive and negative effects of immigrants on American economy and social life, and the question of the effects of social inclusion policies on the immigrant problem.
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Gündal, B., & Sıddıka Öztekin. (2017). Implementation of U.S. Immigration Policies. European Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, 3(3), 164–170. https://doi.org/10.26417/ejis.v8i1.p164-170
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