Becoming american in the film “becoming american” it explains how hispanic people that come to this country to have a better life for their families have better health then most americans americans tend to have a lot of health issues like high blood pressure, diabetes, and different diseases due to stresses in their lives like their jobs, worrying about financial situations, and the way the eat.
Immigrating to america in “becoming american”, author dinesh d’souza assures that immigration to america, is solely based on the desire of wealth and freedom from parental or cultural predestination.
Omar jadwat, an expert in immigration law at the american civil liberties union, said the opinion would have no effect on the administration’s immigration policy “it’s really just the judge taking the opportunity to state his personal views,” jadwat said.
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Becoming american shao yang hist 1381_001 12/02/13 stacey pendleton becoming american, becoming ethnic united states has always been recognized throughout the world as the “land of opportunity” the attraction of the promise of freedom, wealth, prosperity, and success had drawn millions of immigrants to come to america and search for a better life.