Over the past few decades, thousands of refugees were allowed to enter the United States. Although some of them work hard and embrace our country’s values, many choose to live off of government programs and refuse to assimilate. One of the ways to stop this from happening involves implementing legislation that encourages them to become part of their new communities.
For example, in Arizona, migrants can’t receive money from the state unless they meet certain requirements designed to help them with this. Since many aren’t actually interested in assimilating, thousands are fleeing the state.
According to reports, since 1981, Arizona has accepted over 7,000 refugees. Upon arrival, the United States Department of Health and Human Services give them a $925 stipend to start off. ...
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