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The history of Mexican immigration trails all the way back to the late1800s There were an abundants races that both legally and illegallyimmigrated to the United States Ellis Island was a portal for legalimmigrants to enter the United States located in New York In order toqualify to enter the United States legal immigrants had to correctlyanswer a series of questions and prove legitimate identificationbefore beginning their new life in America From that point leading upto todays day and age Mexican immigrants have had a constant struggledto gain and maintain power Mexican immigrants worked incredibly hard inorder to make a living in the United States Some of these labors rangedfrom major responsibilities on cattle ranches to constructing railroadtracks Not only that but many Mexican immigrants studied hard on thehistory of the United States in order to become a legal citizen of theUnited States Not every Native Mexican favored in doing so Those whocheated the system were called illegal immigrants Mexican immigrantsalso fought to gain and maintain power regarding legal issues These arejust some of the many ways Mexican immigrants put efforts towardsgaining and maintaining power One of the many ways Mexican immigrants fought to gain and maintainpower was through physical labors in the United States The Physicallabors Mexican immigrants endured ranged anywhere from mining workingon cattle ranches and constructing railroad tracks From themid-to-late 1800s Mexican immigrants mainly labored during the bustlingharvest season Around 1964 Native hispanics immigrated to the UnitedStates as Braceros The Bracero Program meaning manual labor was a legal program thatenabled Mexican immigrants to temporarily work under contract in theUnited States Due to the Bracero program millions of Mexican immigrantsfled to the United States Other Labors ranged anywhere from commercialagriculture mining and work in the Light industry Not only did theMexican immigrants face the hardships of minimum wage poor livingconditions and a lack of decent health care but the working conditionsfor Mexican immigrants were awful A lot of the Braceros working in theagricultural field
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