I'm wondering about some ancestor stuff. When did the majority of Italian immigration to America occur?
I also want to change my permanent place of residence. I believe that it is normal when a person has a desire for a better life. I found this article political asylum about the criteria for asylum seekers. I think I have a good chance. I want to find people who have already done this to learn from them. Will you help?
It really got going in 1890 but there were others before then, just not in such heavy numbers. 1913 was a record year as 3 million Italian immigrants came to the U.S. These are the recorded amounts. There is a graph on this site that will give you even more info if you need it.
History of Italian Immigration
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Immigration has always been a very important aspect for the development of nations, America is no exception. Even now, a lot of people are dislike of immigration to their countries. My best friends came to the United States as immigrants and if our country had a different policy, I probably would not have met them. To make new acquaintances among representatives of other cultures is also quite interesting. My friends tried to get a work permit for a long time. Then, on the advice of their immigration lawyer, they filled out the form Form I-687 Application for Status as a Temporary Resident Under Section 245A of the Immigration and Nationality Act. And that's all, now they are official able-bodied citizens of the United States. And I think this is normal