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Immigration and Changes to the American Composition


Immigration is creating economic, cultural, and ethnic changes changes to the American society.

But, it is not something that is to be feared.

Last year, when President Trump announced the Travel Ban on people from certain countries, Samar Attar famously stated that, “There are other threats to the American ideal and vision, and they are internal. Issues such as race, unemployment, health care and education should take priority. This administration's rhetoric — building a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border, destroying alliances, banning refugees, suggesting a fantasy that envisions an apocalyptic war between Muslims and Christians — only energizes the narrative of extremists on both sides. It disconnects and distracts us from the real issues at home.”

There is no need to fear immigrants. Many come to this country to fulfill their dreams of a better life, to unite with their family, to escape persecution, gain access to education, and search for a safe haven for their families. As Attar previously stated, if internal issues are addressed, this would minimize the American fear of people coming into the country.

Family unity through immigration is something the United States has always given importance to. We hold these values close at Yekrangi & Associates and we hope to share them with anyone else seeking to find a home in this great nation.

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