The United States has more immigration than any other country in the world. Living in the United States today, are more than forty million people born in other countries. More than one million immigrants come to the United States each year for almost every country in the world. There are four types of immigrants living in the United States. Permanent residents, or those with green cards, can live in the United States and obtain work while here. They are usually sponsored by a family member or employer in the United States. Conditional Residents are those immigrants who have been married less than two years before they got their green card. These residents and their partners have to file jointly to accomplish a green card within two years. Some immigrants in the United States are here on a temporary basis for school, work, visitors or tourists, and individuals granted temporary protected status. These people do not desire to immigrate to the United States and if they break the terms of their visa, their legal status can be changed to undocumented. Undocumented immigrants are in the country without permission, or illegally. They cannot legally be employed, receive public benefits, such as a driver’s license or health care.
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