Immigration from the Middle East (Changing Face of North America) (Library Binding)

Immigration from the Middle East (Changing Face of North America) By Rob Maury, Sheila Smith Noonan, Stuart Anderson (Editor) Cover Image
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During the mid-1960s, the laws regulating immigration to both the United States and Canada were rewritten. Traditionally, the majority of immigrants had come from western European countries; the revised immigration acts opened the door for millions of immigrants from Asia, Africa, and Latin America. Some of the books in the series. The Changing Face of North America: Immigration Since 1965 focus on the immigration experiences of people from a specific country or region, giving a history of immigration and explaining why they came to America and how they have succeeded. Other volumes look at immigration-related issues, such as the status of refugees and the deportation process. Each book contains up-to-date statistical charts and information, and the series has been carefully edited to provide a comprehensive overview of how the arrival of new immigrants has changed the United States and Canada--and how coming to North America has changed the immigrants.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781590846957
ISBN-10: 1590846958
Publisher: Mason Crest Publishers
Publication Date: January 1st, 2004
Pages: 112
Language: English
Series: Changing Face of North America