Pros And Cons Of Immigrants To America

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America known as the land of opportunities, immigrants come from all over the world want to settle in America in hopes discovering better opportunities and wellness in life as compared to their home countries. They are hard working people with careful budgeting that will help to bring them wealth and a sense of happiness for themselves and for their children future. An immigrant is a person who is willing to leave their country to settle in another country for a chance to better their lives that was not available in their country. However, when they first arrived in America, immigrants would have challenges with finding employment due to the lack of the English language, transportation, adapting to an environment that was foreign as well as…show more content…
In order to drive an automobile, it is required to pass a written and driving exam. In addition, they cannot afford to buy an automobile and are terrified to drive as most of them have never seen or driven an automobile in their homeland. For example, most Vietnamese women are homemakers so maintaining a job or driving an automobile is not common; and therefore, the idea of driving is very terrifying for the first time. As a result, many of them would rather take the bus or walk if the distance was practical. Some of them have told me “I am scared to drive because if I am get into an accident, how am I going to explain the scenario in…show more content…
There are many countries that are allowing immigrants to their countries every year such as the United States, Australia, Canada, France and Germany. In order to immigrate to a new country, the petitioner has to file documents with the Naturalization office to obtain a legal Visa to enter to destination country legally. The petitioner is often a husband who files a petition for his wife or vice versa. Parents file petition for their children or for their sibling. Overall, I think leaving your homeland and immigrating to another country to live permanently is no easy task and a very terrifying, dramatic experience. It is not an easy transition as some may think. Immigrants have to prepare to encounter many very difficult challenges during the transition process; and thus, they have to also prepare for emotional and physical changes to with adapting and accepting the new life so they can feel comfortable to live in a new country with new an environment and cultural differences. Through the transition process, there will subsequently be opportunities that will allow them to
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