What was the US's immigration policies for the 1940s?
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Hello I am Palestinian, working as pharmacist, having Diploma in pharmacy. My wife Palestinian As well, working as Lab technologist having degree in Chemistry science. We have… two kids age under 2years. I hope you will give us all information about immigration procedure Thanks Ziyad
Most of the immigrants came to the United States from westernEurope in the 1940s. While a few were Germany, most were fromFrance and Spain.
Pretty MUCH the United States wanted access to trading rights with china. So did many other countries such as Britain, Germany, and France. JON HAY proposed the idea that ever…yone in every country had equal access to china...I hope this helped because I am looking for effects on china.
The domestic policy of the United States in the 1950s was one ofmassive production. It was assumed that the nation was under threatfrom the Soviet Union, so production of weap…ons was a priority. Itwas actually very good for the economy.
The federal policy used to government immigration to Australia is the Immigration Act and the Immigration Regulations.
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1,000,000 people a year are allowed to come. They prioritize. Theybegin with family members of people who are already living here whohave government jobs.
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In the US there was an immigration policy in 1798 but it was repealed within two years. In other words, there were no immigration policies until the Chinese Exclusion Act whic…h wasn't implemented until the 1880's.
The immigrants from northern Europe were favored by the newimmigration policy.
Anyone is free to leave Romania, but we do not like foreigners (immigrants) coming into our country..
The policy has changed to become more open-minded. It acceptspeople of all cultures since the 1900s.
Immigration to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland since 1922  has been substantial, in particular from Ireland and the former colonies and other terr…itories of the British Empire - such as India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, the Caribbean, South Africa, Kenya and Hong Kong - under British nationality law. Others have come as asylum seekers, seeking protection as refugees under the United Nations 1951 Refugee Convention, or from European Union (EU) member states, exercising one of the EU's Four Freedoms. About half the population increase between the 1991 and 2001 censuses was due to foreign-born immigration. 4.9 million people  (8.3 percent of the population at the time) were born abroad, although the census gives no indication of their immigration status or intended length of stay. Provisional figures show that in 2009, 567,000 people arrived to live in the UK whilst 371,000 left, meaning that net inward migration was 196,000. The number of people immigrating to and emigrating from the UK both fell between 2008 and 2009.   In 2006, there were 149,035 applications for British citizenship, 32 percent fewer than in 2005. The number of people granted citizenship during 2006 was 154,095, 5 percent fewer than in 2005. The largest groups of people granted British citizenship were from India, Pakistan, Somalia, and the Philippines.  In 2006, 134,430 people were granted settlement in the UK, a drop of 25 per cent on 2005.  In comparison, migration to and from Central and Eastern Europe has increased since 2004 with the accession to the European Union of eight Central and Eastern European states, since there is free movement of labour within the EU. [ citation needed ] The UK government is currently phasing in a new points-based immigration system for people from outside of the European Economic Area. Hope this helps
This depends on the country we are talking about, as there wasimmigration to more countries than just the USA in 1845 and in1940. Part of the answer is, the different times in… each casereflects the difference in the group of people we are focusing on.Generally speaking, the average immigrant in 1845 was less educatedthan was the case in 1940. This is because the educational systemsof many countries were less developed during the earlier period. Asfar as the US is concerned, in 1845 many immigrants came fromIreland, escaping famine and searching for employment. Many otherEuropeans were fleeing to America at this time, such as French,Italian, German, Polis and Russian immigrants. Many were uneducatedpeasants being pushed out of Europe because of the industrialrevolution. In 1940 and during the next years of WWII many Jewishpeople immigrated to the US to escape persecution and the horrorsof the war. At this time, many Chinese people were struggling withcitizenship issues in the US, and in addition to this they weremistakenly thought or suspected to be Japanese and thereforeenemies of the US at the time. During the war, so many Americanworkers had been drafted into the military that employers weredesperate for getting cheap labor. Therefore, it was often easierfor immigrants to get work right away than it had been a hundredyears earlier. Finally, many Mexicans began moving into Texasduring the 1940s.