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98 Migrants Deported by Mexico for Storming US Border

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98 Migrants Deported by Mexico for Storming US BorderOn Sunday, a group of migrants attempted to breach the US border by finding ways through several points along the border but were resisted by US agents who fired several shots of tear gas. The agents claimed some of the migrants threw rocks and projectiles.

The president of the United States thereafter warned Mexico to find a way to move the migrants, many of whom he called stone cold criminals, back to their countries otherwise they will close the border permanently if left with no option.

42 people among this group were arrested for disturbing public peace among many other charges according to US officials on Monday.

Afterwards, Mexico Interior Ministry said the group has been rounded up for their violent and illegal attempt to cross the border. Dozens of people were seen running aggressively towards the fence mounted at the border according to a video footage. A Mexico migration office official, Gerardo Garcia Benavente, said 98 people from the migrants have been sent back to their countries because of the violent incident.

Requested for a Peaceful Protest

Reacting to the border-breaching attempt, Alfonso Navarrete, Mexican Interior Minister, said the migrants requested help to stage a peaceful demonstration only to be allegedly advised by movement’s leaders to attempt breaching the border. The demonstration truly started on a peaceful note bust as soon as they make it pass the Mexican security blockade, it became a dash for the border.

The migrants’ latest move will not help their objectives in any way as they had trespassed the legal migration framework which could have resulted in ugly scenes according to Mexico’s interior ministry. The ministry revealed that 11,000 Central Americans had been deported since this influx of migrants entered the country on October 19.

Darker Camp

After this incident, the camp of the migrants will most likely be darkened. The fear of how long they might have to wait to get asylum is putting migrants in desperate moods. One of them, Joseph Garcia, said she couldn’t stand it anymore.

Migrants are in a fix’ – the US insist no place for them in America and they are causing Mexico troubles.

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Mauritanians in US Fear Being Sent Into Slavery

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Mauritanians fear being deported from the USThousands of Caravan migrants moving towards the U.S. declared to turn back, birthright citizenship to be suspended and greater immigration restrictions are only a few of the situations. It will not be a misplacement to say immigration was the bedrock of Republicans campaign in last week’s midterm elections. The latest wave is an outcry from the Mauritanians who fear being condemned to the same fate as Issa Sao.

Issa Sao, a 37-year-old man who spent 14 years of his life in the US, was sent back to Mauritania leaving behind his family (wife, daughter and stepson) in Ohio. In an attempt to avoid his deportation, he was moved from one detention centre to another for almost five months. Mauritania, a desert nation in West Africa, is said to still allow enslavement of men (black Mauritanians) like Sao. Sao had previously been jailed, tortured and expelled by Mauritania. On October 15, Sao’s lawyer said she got a distress call from him. According to her, Sao said they will be moved that same night. The next day, Sao was truly gone.

This is only a piece of Trump’s aggressive move against immigration. A lot of money has been spent as well as diplomatic priorities being redirected in this crackdown. He’s forcing deportation on resisting countries, especially in Africa and Asia.

Trump’s camp and supporters claim the government’s immigration move has yielded progress on an issue that is causing harm to the US. In contrary opposition say the government’s approach could cause damage between the US and its allies.

The Outcry

Mauritanians are alarmed at the way things are going. The ICE revealed that 22 Mauritanians are in custody and could be returned soon. This leaves them (black Mauritanians) with the fear of being sent back to slavery.

Sao’s attorney said the situation is beyond just immigration, it is U.S. handing people over to persecutors.

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Immigration is an Economic Necessity, Not a Threat to US

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Immigration is an Economic Necessity, Not a Threat to USThe United States of America is a nation with distinguished achievements in all human endeavours. The country has received tremendous contributions from different peoples from different backgrounds – simply put, the US thrives on diversity. Immigration has been a core of the country’s operations. Going forward, every nation or organization must never forget where it’s coming from – its past or history. Hence, at this point, all Americans must realize that immigration is an economic necessity, not a threat to their beloved country.

Recent developments in the country contradict the nation’s pro-immigration policies. Thousands of American troops were deployed to the country’s borders to stop the entry of thousands of Central Americans who are in dire need of better conditions. The government declared these immigrants as dangerous and harmful to the country. Our American fathers once sorted greener pastures too. To drive their point home, a latest ad (featuring a Mexican immigrant) released for the midterm campaigns by the Republicans, immigrants were portrayed as criminals and dangerous people who have no good to offer America.

Another drastic move by the government is an attempt to use executive order to put a stop to birthright citizenship. What more can one say than to say these developments are not American-like.

What Should Be the Position of Americans?

In the light of the latest anti-immigrant moves and policies, the position of each American must be informed of what a government makes them believe.

Truly, immigration may have its shortcomings, but we must not forget everything must get better. While addressing this, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institute, Vanda Felbab-Brown, said what America needs is not a massive deportation but creation of legal visa systems that give immigrants access to jobs Americans do not want. This is a profound statement that all Americans must consider irrespective of their current position about immigration.

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Students can get employment in US without Visa

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Students Can Get Employment In Us Without VisaNow there is a sigh of relief for the global students who want to work outside the campus in the US, along with the internship which is related to their studies. These students can also look for some part time jobs in the campus premises to earn some financial aid while they are pursuing their studies.

It can be easily understood through the example of Chinese student, Yi Xu. She was able to get hold of two jobs in the campus as a language tutor in her native language, Chinese. She got this opportunity while studying in St. Mary’s College in Maryland. This college runs several linguistic programs in Spanish, French, and Chinese etc.

Because of the absence of the Chinese tutor she was instantly hired when she approached the Head of the Language Program for Chinese. Lots of students had graduated out from the college which paved the way for easy hiring of Yi Xu.

Yi Xu was made to attend calls and divert the calls to front desk which required great communication skills in English. She was confident about her communication skills but things did not turn out as planned. She faced the accent problem and was not able to understand and answer promptly to the queries.

Later on, she was transferred to the packaging room where she had to arrange the packages. She just needed to send the mailers to the students to collect their packages. This work required less interaction of her with the people.

After one Semester, she was more confident and comfortable in interacting with people and answer calls. She is still continuing her job in her Degree School which is School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University. Yi Xu started this job as a mean of earning money but it also helped her in increasing her social circle and made her some good friends too.

Immigration statistics in the United States

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The US has seen a group of migrants advancing toward the US to begin on new lives, visit family, find new occupations or have effectively settled there for quite a long time. Individuals everywhere throughout the world consider it to be the place where there is a new chance at life, needing to change their lifestyle by being far from the places where they grew up and fabricating new homes abroad. The migration insights in the US showcase how distinctive races have settled in areas yet advancing into the nation.

The US has seen an enormous ascent in outsiders traverse to the nation, turning numbers by the millions consistently. The pinnacle years of workers entering the nation somewhere around 1991 and 2000, were around ten to eleven million. Starting 2010 (no late migration insights made open yet), a fourth of the US’s occupants less than 18 years old are either foreigners or their kids. The quantity of foreigners entering the nation is around 10 percent high, contrasted with the previous century of when it was 20 percent higher. In 2014, a sum of 1,016,518 people was granted lawful permanent residency. About 47 percent were new entries, and 53 percent became permanent residents as an adjustment of status.

Migrants settle generally in states like Pennsylvania, Florida, Texas, New York and Illinois. It is likewise anticipated that by 2050, one-fourth of the US populace will contain the Hispanic race since Latin Americans are the most astounding movement appliers.

The migration insights in the US are always fluctuating, with it being said that the numbers are presently declining. Like I generally say, do your exploration well and look at a trusted area about what is required of you, when applying for a visa/green card.

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