The US immigration policies are actually a silly hodgepodge which clearly discriminate people of particular classes, and these people are unnecessary put through unjust inquiries and economic bias. There is no transparency in the policies leading to lot of confusion and discrimination.
If we study a US embassy's official webpage, we will come to know some of these shortcomings. The person applying for a visa must incorporate certain mandatory things like Application Form DS-156, current and valid passport or travel documents, photographs, application fees, evidence of funds that can cover the expenses in the US, and proof of persuasive social and economic ties in their home country. For the residents of America these requirements may seem just, but the last one is quite challenging. Due to this requirement, many visa applications are not accepted since many applicants are unable to reveal strong ties to their home country. The question here is after all who actually explains the evidence of convincing social and economic ties. This criterion is basically meant to deny visas based on race, economic and sexual discrimination. It is evident that the criterion ‘Strong Ties’ is framed to discriminate people of America from others and projects that Americans are individualistic.
It cannot be said that the US immigration policies are by allowing just people with wealth to enter the country. After all, the US is a country built by immigrants and if there is no discrimination in the US immigration policies, then why some people are not given visas while others with wealth are given?
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