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Introduction The immigration law in the United States is complicated, and there is a wide range of confusion on the way it works. The U.S immigration law was created under the following guidelines: the family’s reunification, admission of immigrants possessing skills useful to the economy of the United States, refugee protection, and diversity promotion. The immigration policy gets governed by a body of law termed as The Immigration and Nationality Act (INA). The body offers permission to up to 675,000 immigrants who have a permanent visa in every year. Every year, the president is required to set the number of…

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Civilization: Monumental Architecture Name Institution Affiliations Date   Civilization: Monumental Architecture Ancient Civilization in the Middle and Near East Although there are numerous definitions as to what civilization is, in all appreciation to all these definitions and contributions to this topic, scholars and contributors agree on some common grounds. And one such common ground is that Civilization is the complex advancement in the social order and technology. The commonly agreed elements in the earliest civilization included advancement in agricultural production, reading and writing, architecture, bronze use and production and technological advancement. (Fosmire, E., & Santa Ana College. (n.d.) The Middle…

The Cultural Impact of Photography in India

Name Professor Course Date The Cultural Impact of Photography in India The rise of photography in the Indian subcontinent began with import of the first daguerreotype cameras in 1840 by Thacker and Company, a firm in Calcutta that specialized in novelty imports for ‘Europe shops’ for European residents in India. The camera transformed from a cheap and simple novelty item or ‘toy’ to a more sophisticated device for art and commercial photography according to an import notice by the company that described the daguerreotypes as ‘the new art of sun drawing.’ F. Schranhofer was the first famous commercial photographer, and…

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Student’s Name Tutor Class Date The Events Leading Up To the Japanese Confinement The American President, Franklin Roosevelt, developed the Japanese internment camps during World War II. This followed after President Roosevelt issued Executive Order 9066, arguing that all Americans with a Japanese accent should be interred in isolated camps. The order came after the Japanese forces bombed Pearl Harbor on February 19, 1942. The military zones were developed in major the United States like Oregon, Washington, and California. These states were considered highly concentrated on Japanese Americans. Executive Order 9066 was also created to prevent spying on American shores.…