El mosaico estadounidense: La inmigración hoy en día Series

Emigration and Immigration Politics and Government Social Activists
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This 6-title series explores a different facet of the immigration experience, from the history of immigration to the legal considerations of forging a new life in the U.S. In each volume, students are encouraged to examine the meaning of citizenship and the important role immigration continues to play in the United States.
Emigration and Immigration Politics and Government Social Activists
Special Price $39.16 Regular Price $48.95

Summary

ISBN: 978-1-47776-804-4
Inmigrantes famosos y sus historias

We are a nation of immigrants. Even many of the faces we see on TV and in the news are recent immigrants. Meet these new Americans and learn their stories, whether they are athletes, musicians, artists, politicians, or businesspeople. Discover how all immigrants, along with natural-born American citizens, form a mosaic of different cultures and traditions. Written in standard Latin American Spanish.

ISBN: 978-1-47776-808-2
Primera generación de estadounidenses

Americans who were born in another country are often called first-generation Americans. They have many different ideas about what it means to be an American. Explore the lives of first-generation Americans and the challenges they face, such as learning English, finding a place to live, living in a new city or town, and sometimes facing discrimination. Written in standard Latin American Spanish.

ISBN: 978-1-47776-813-6
Los inmigrantes indocumentados

Not all immigrants in America are here legally. Many of these undocumented immigrants come here along a dangerous path, crossing deserts or oceans. Arm yourself with information to join the national conversation on undocumented immigrants. Learn about the reasons that people come to America, and the different ways that they can become American citizens. Written in standard Latin American Spanish.

ISBN: 978-1-47776-817-4
Los refugiados

Explains who refugees are and what life is like for them when they reach the United States, discussing their rights, the process of seeking and applying for asylum, and the path to citizenship. Written in standard Latin American Spanish.

ISBN: 978-1-47776-822-8
Los derechos de los inmigrantes; los derechos de los ciudadanos

Did you know that American laws protect all people who live in America, even people who are not citizens? This book describes in clear language the rights that citizens and non-citizens have. Learn about different ways that people become citizens, how citizenship works, and how immigration plays a role in our society today. Written in standard Latin American Spanish.

ISBN: 978-1-47776-825-9
El camino a la ciudadanía

Many Americans are citizens because they were born here. But not everyone who lives here is a citizen. Ease into the process of applying for citizenship with help from this informative volume. Accompanying photos and captions familiarize readers with the citizenship test, the character check, and many other facets of the path to citizenship. Written in standard Latin American Spanish.

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978-1-64101-765-7A