Immigration is the movement of people from parts of other countries, who are not natives into another, permanently or for some time. The immigrants are granted a permanent stay on acquiring citizenship or a passport for a temporary stay which can be renewed after expiry of the indicated period. These regulations have been changed on different occasions historically as many people want to move to a country wealthy of resources and opportunities. The most indirect effect of immigration is that it increases the population which increases the labor force in the country. This has unambiguously positive impact on the gross domestic product (GDP) since it makes the economy larger. A larger workforce increases tax revenues which make it easier to finance certain government outlays such as infrastructural development and repayment of debts. The immigrants in the United States have led to major contributions economically, politically and social cultural aspects which have resulted to resurgence of technological development, integration of cultures and development of better business policies. In the course of the term, we have been looking on the key roles played on economic contributions by the African Americans residing in New York City. In this paper we continue to analyze the contributing factors of a strong nation connecting immigrants with the African origin.

Reflecting on the impact of immigration into the country, first there is population growth due to settlement, acquisition of citizenship and start of new families. United States boasts of being a home for diversity of people from different background and research has shown 1 out of 8 native-born American citizens is an immigrant. The arrival of the foreigners is regulated however the government records that there is a huge number of illegal immigrants within the country…



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