Changing Immigration

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Which statement best summarizes the impact of the Immigration Act of 1965 on Asian and Latin American immigrants?

The elimination of the quota system made it easier for Asians to immigrate and more difficult for Latin Americans to immigrate.

The Immigration Act of 1924 was considered outdated by the 1960s because

immigration patterns were changing.

The rise in illegal immigration from Mexico after 1965 indicates that

many people wanted to emigrate despite restrictions.

The US city with the largest Cuban population is

Miami.

Many immigrants from China to the United States

were discriminated against as early as the 1800s.

Why did many South Koreans move to the United States in the 1960s?

the chance of family reunions

As a result of the Immigration Act of 1965,

skilled and educated workers were encouraged to immigrate.

Because of modern immigration trends, the state of Texas

joins California as home to half of all Mexican Americans.

What impact did the civil rights movement have on US immigration policies in the 1960s?

It made people more aware of the need for equality and fairness in policies.

What did the change in immigration policies between the 1920s and the 1960s reveal about the United States?

The country was becoming more open to diversity and equality.

What did passage of the Immigration Act of 1965 accomplish?

The law supported victims of political persecution.

The largest Vietnamese population in the United States is in

California.

Which statement best supports the fact that the United States is becoming more diverse?

By 2050, more than half the population of the United States will belong to an ethnic minority group.

How did Latin American immigration to the United States change during the 1960s?

Immigration became more difficult and fewer legal immigrants came to the US.

Who signed an order stating that children who had been brought into the United States illegally could stay if they met certain requirements?

President Barack Obama

The Immigration Act of 1965

abolished the old immigration quotas.

What was the main reason immigration from Mexico to the United States increased between 1900 and 1950?

Migrant workers arrived to work on farms and railroads.

Many Asian immigrants came to the United States in the 1960s and 1970s because of push factors, including

poverty and chaos.

Between the 1960s and the 2000s, immigration from Asian nations

greatly increased.

One push factor that increased immigration from Central America and the Caribbean to the United States was

the need to escape civil war and poverty.

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