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Immigration is the action of permanently living in a foreign country I think it is important because it is a beginning of a new life It is a chance to meet new people learn new culture and have a new life and to possibly succeed in a new foreign country I decided to interview one of my friends and former track teammate His name is Nobert and he is from Cameroon No there was not any problems getting him to tell me about his country and experiences I looked up an article about African immigration I can say it was quite interesting I learned that about 50000 people are selected each year to come to the US they do not need specialized skills or even family in the US I talked to Nobert over Facebook because it was a lot easier to ask than opposed to finding a time to set up an interview I asked him some small general questions about what his childhood wasetc I am going to explain a little bit about the article I read about I actually found out that African immigration for the US is pretty low Also I learned that Caribbeans is the highest African American population to immigrate into the US they are the most educated overall in the immigration pool as well as the Africans I thought that was really interesting since the African kids I went to school with were really smart The US has had a poor tracking record of the number of African immigrants and it is not going to change anytime too soon which is very sad and demoralizing in my opinion Now on to my interviewee Nobert explained to me about where in lived Cameroon The typical stereotype is all Africans live in mud houses and huts Nobert lived in the city called Younde He said there were cars and large government building such as a person would see in the
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