American Immigration Council

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The mission of the American Immigration Council (AIC) is to “strengthen America by honoring our proud history as a nation of immigrants and shaping how America thinks about and acts towards immigrants and immigration” (“About the American Immigration Council”). The institutes mission expressed that there is a need for a change in the way the people of America is perceiving immigration. Also, it gives insight to those who forgot that America was shaped by immigrants. According to Discover the Networks, “the council seeks to shape a twenty-first century vision the American immigrant experience”.
The AIC was established in 1987 to help promote immigration to the United States (“AAIC”). It was created to protect the privileges and rights of immigrants
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For example, the fear that is put into the minds of many Americans from Muslim immigration has impacted the ability for some immigration process to be declined due to the discrimination. After the September 11 terrorist attack on the United States, the views on immigrants has been extremely negative. There have been stereotypes, hate, fear, labeling and many other issues that arose due to that event. Many were stereotyped in ways such as labeling a Muslim immigrant as a “terrorist” only because he or she has a different religious belief…show more content…
It shows the American citizens that immigrants can bring in more positive into the country than negative. The AIC also promotes a more humane immigration policy to be considered throughout the immigration process. The institute advocates for the human rights and constitutional laws to be enforced for the existing immigration laws. The AIC works towards offering fairness and justice for immigrants of the USA. This AIC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that accepts charities from those who are willing to change the immigration process for the better. This organization is considered to be a transfer redistributive program; in which it gives a chance to their supporters to donate money to the program (JJArea, et.
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