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Refugees and immigrants : stories, struggles, and debate

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Refugees and Immigrants: Stories, Struggles, and Debate NGA VUONG SANDOVAL Marijuana Enforcement Division Field Enforcement Section Compliance Investigator Metropolitan State University of Denver Sociology Dept. Affiliate Professor Metropolitan State University of Denver Criminal Justice & Criminology Dept. Affiliate Professor

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Where Are You From?

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1959 The Viet Nam War begins

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mostly civilians.

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1975 The fall of Sai Gon, Viet Nam to the communist north

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1975 1991 Hundreds of thousands of Vietnamese refugees flee Viet Nam by air and sea to seek freedom. Thousands perish.

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Refugees who fled by cargo boats and ships

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During the journey, over 500,000 600,000 men, women, & children perish

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Why do people immigrate to a new country? How does immigration impact U.S. society?

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UNAUTHORIZED ILLEGAL UNDOCUMENTED CRIMINAL TERRORIST ALIEN

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U.S. Refugee Resettlement Process principle categories for refugee classification: Priority 1 Individuals with compelling persecution needs or those for whom no other durable solution exists. Priority 2 special concern Priority 3 Relatives of refugees ( parents, spouses, and unmarried children under 21 ) who are already settled in the U.S. may be admitted.

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Immigration

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Nativism

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1790s 1830s

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Industrial Age (1840 1900)

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Old Immigration and New Immigration

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Open Immigration?

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1921 Quota Act

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1924 National Origins Act

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Immigration Act of 1965

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1986 Immigration and Reform Control Act

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1986 Immigration and Reform Control Act

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How Much Do You Know?

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What two countries had the highest net migration rate in 2012? a. Libya/Qatar b. Hong Kong/Macau c. Slovenia/Slovakia d. United States/Canada e. Italy/Switzerland Libya and Qatar were 1st and 2nd with 33.32 and 33.21 positive net migration, respectively. By comparison, the U.S. ranked 29th, with a net migration rank of just 3.64.

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born population, the top three countries of birth are Mexico first, and then which two countries? a. Colombia and Panama b. Canada and Philippines c. Canada and Guatemala d. El Salvador and Ecuador Source: US Census.

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True or false: Most immigrants come into the United States illegally. a. True b. False 1.1 million of a total 40.4 million immigrants were unauthorized in the U.S. [ http://www.pewhispanic.org/2013/01/29/a nation of immigrants/ ]

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Today, about 12% of the U.S. immigrant population emigrated from Europe. In 1960, what percent of the foreign born population came from Europe? a. 25% b. 40% c. 50% d. 75% Last 50

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As of 2010, the top 5 states with the most foreign born residents are California, New York, Texas, Florida, and ____? a. Washington b. New Jersey c. Maryland d. Arizona its population foreign born.

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Which one of these celebrities was born in the U.S.? a. Mila Kunis b. Dave Matthews c. Selena Gomez d. Jim Carrey Mila Kunis was born in the Ukraine; her family moved to America (Los Angeles) when she was 7. Dave Matthews was born in South Africa. Selena Gomez was born in Grand Prairie, Texas. Jim Carrey become a U.S. citizen until 2004.

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What percentage of undocumented immigrants cross the southern border of the U.S.? a. 12% b. 28% c. 40% d. 60% Only about 4 out of 10 undocumented immigrants cross the U.S. Mexico border, as 85% of border enforcement is concentrated there. Most Mexican nationals in the U.S. are migrants who take seasonal jobs and then return to their families in Mexico. Approximately 40% of all undocumented immigrants enter the country legally as students, tourists, on business, or on some other temporary visa and then overstay their visas. Most arrive on commercial carriers or come across the Canadian border.

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Immigrants account for million OR U.S. population

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refugees admitted increase from 2012

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Myths and Realties Immigrants don't pay taxes and "freeload" off of the welfare system. Immigrants cause unemployment because they take jobs from native born Americans.

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Myths and Realties Billions of dollars a year are spent on Medicaid for illegal immigrants. Undocumented immigrants come to the United States to get welfare. Undocumented immigrants come here to take welfare and they use a disproportionate amount of government services.

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Rights of Immigrants



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Refugees and Immigrants: Stories, Struggles, and Debate NGA VUONG SANDOVAL Marijuana Enforcement Division Field Enforcement Section Compliance Investigator Metropolitan State University of Denver Sociology Dept. Affiliate Professor Metropolitan State University of Denver Criminal Justice & Criminology Dept. Affiliate Professor

PAGE 2

Where Are You From?

PAGE 4

1959 The Viet Nam War begins

PAGE 5

mostly civilians.

PAGE 6

1975 The fall of Sai Gon, Viet Nam to the communist north

PAGE 10

1975 1991 Hundreds of thousands of Vietnamese refugees flee Viet Nam by air and sea to seek freedom. Thousands perish.

PAGE 11

Refugees who fled by cargo boats and ships

PAGE 15

During the journey, over 500,000 600,000 men, women, & children perish

PAGE 19

Why do people immigrate to a new country? How does immigration impact U.S. society?

PAGE 20

UNAUTHORIZED ILLEGAL UNDOCUMENTED CRIMINAL TERRORIST ALIEN

PAGE 23

U.S. Refugee Resettlement Process principle categories for refugee classification: Priority 1 Individuals with compelling persecution needs or those for whom no other durable solution exists. Priority 2 special concern Priority 3 Relatives of refugees ( parents, spouses, and unmarried children under 21 ) who are already settled in the U.S. may be admitted.

PAGE 24

Immigration

PAGE 26

Nativism

PAGE 28

1790s 1830s

PAGE 29

Industrial Age (1840 1900)

PAGE 31

Old Immigration and New Immigration

PAGE 32

Open Immigration?

PAGE 33

1921 Quota Act

PAGE 34

1924 National Origins Act

PAGE 35

Immigration Act of 1965

PAGE 36

1986 Immigration and Reform Control Act

PAGE 37

1986 Immigration and Reform Control Act

PAGE 40

How Much Do You Know?

PAGE 41

What two countries had the highest net migration rate in 2012? a. Libya/Qatar b. Hong Kong/Macau c. Slovenia/Slovakia d. United States/Canada e. Italy/Switzerland Libya and Qatar were 1st and 2nd with 33.32 and 33.21 positive net migration, respectively. By comparison, the U.S. ranked 29th, with a net migration rank of just 3.64.

PAGE 42

born population, the top three countries of birth are Mexico first, and then which two countries? a. Colombia and Panama b. Canada and Philippines c. Canada and Guatemala d. El Salvador and Ecuador Source: US Census.

PAGE 43

True or false: Most immigrants come into the United States illegally. a. True b. False 1.1 million of a total 40.4 million immigrants were unauthorized in the U.S. [ http://www.pewhispanic.org/2013/01/29/a nation of immigrants/ ]

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Today, about 12% of the U.S. immigrant population emigrated from Europe. In 1960, what percent of the foreign born population came from Europe? a. 25% b. 40% c. 50% d. 75% Last 50

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As of 2010, the top 5 states with the most foreign born residents are California, New York, Texas, Florida, and ____? a. Washington b. New Jersey c. Maryland d. Arizona its population foreign born.

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Which one of these celebrities was born in the U.S.? a. Mila Kunis b. Dave Matthews c. Selena Gomez d. Jim Carrey Mila Kunis was born in the Ukraine; her family moved to America (Los Angeles) when she was 7. Dave Matthews was born in South Africa. Selena Gomez was born in Grand Prairie, Texas. Jim Carrey become a U.S. citizen until 2004.

PAGE 47

What percentage of undocumented immigrants cross the southern border of the U.S.? a. 12% b. 28% c. 40% d. 60% Only about 4 out of 10 undocumented immigrants cross the U.S. Mexico border, as 85% of border enforcement is concentrated there. Most Mexican nationals in the U.S. are migrants who take seasonal jobs and then return to their families in Mexico. Approximately 40% of all undocumented immigrants enter the country legally as students, tourists, on business, or on some other temporary visa and then overstay their visas. Most arrive on commercial carriers or come across the Canadian border.

PAGE 48

Immigrants account for million OR U.S. population

PAGE 49

refugees admitted increase from 2012

PAGE 51

Myths and Realties Immigrants don't pay taxes and "freeload" off of the welfare system. Immigrants cause unemployment because they take jobs from native born Americans.

PAGE 52

Myths and Realties Billions of dollars a year are spent on Medicaid for illegal immigrants. Undocumented immigrants come to the United States to get welfare. Undocumented immigrants come here to take welfare and they use a disproportionate amount of government services.

PAGE 53

Rights of Immigrants