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S. citizens have a social obligation to help immigrants better their standard of living. peaceful, economically productive, and technologically innovative global environment. According to those with this viewpoint, the United States can help not only by t a k i n g in refugees in need, but also by providing a n education to temporary i m m i g r a n t s who come to America to learn methods and skills that they can apply to their own governments and industries when they r e t u r n to their home countries.
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America Debates United States Policy on Immigration by Renee Ambrosek