THE UNITED STATE IMMIGRATION VISA LOTTERY AND ITS SOCIO-POLITICAL IMPLICATION ON NIGERIA

THE UNITED STATE IMMIGRATION VISA LOTTERY AND ITS SOCIO-POLITICAL IMPLICATION ON NIGERIA

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ABSTRACT

In recent years, the world has seen an increased mobility in people, products,

and capital; countries have more interaction with one another than ever before. The United States of America plays a large role in the global economy, it becomes more important to understand the chain reaction that goes along with this situation especially with regard to the movement of people towards the United States.

The severe economic difficulties, increase poverty and political instability

have plagued many African Countries in the last two decades resulting in

the large scale migration of Africans to Europe and the united States. Unlike their counterparts in the 1960s and 70s who were anxious to return home after acquiring an American education in order to contribute in the task of nation building, an overwhelming majority of recent immigrants are more interested in establishing permanent residency in the United States. Although these immigrants continue to be attracted to major cities like New York, Atlanta, Chicago and Los Angeles, they can also be found in increasing numbers in small and mid-size cities in Ohio, Nebraska, Iowa and maim.

Britain’s American Colonies broke with the mother country in 1776 and were recognized as the new nation of the United States of America following the treaty of Paris in 1783. During the 19th and 20th centuries 34 new states were added to the original 13, as the nation expanded across the north American continent and acquired a number of oversees possessions. Haven emerged victories after both the first and second World War and the


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