Latino immigration

immigration

Law

01/01/1920

Lawe a Law in the 1920's were asiens could not come to the U.S. Also some left because the mexican revelotion. During that time the kkk was the number one group Who protest people who came to any kind raice.

Economy

01/01/1929

Economy Clapse

deportaion

01/01/1930

In 1930's the U.S deported Mexicans because they did not needed them. And blamed then from taking jobs.

Bracido project

01/01/1940

They did a project called bracido

WW2

01/01/1940

The U.S during WW2 they did not have info workers and needed Mexican workers in the 1940's. They open jobs for mexicans in 1920's.

deportation

04/01/1954

in 1954 they did an operation called wetback were they would find immigrants and deported them and stop them from coming

Rapid population

01/01/1960

In 1960's there was a rapid growth in the lation population and also declining economic.

immigrated

01/01/1980

My dad immigrated here in 1980

Imigration

01/01/1982

Immigration in the 1982

Immigration Reform

01/01/1986

In 1986's they started the Immigration Reform act and let them stayed.

Dominican Americans

01/01/1990

Almost half of all the Dominican Americans today have arrived since the 1990's

Growth

01/01/2010

The Mexican population grew at 12,671

Arizona Immigration Law

01/01/2012

A Law were it says the u.s ferderal law requires all aliens over the age of 14 who remain in the u.s for longer than 30 days to register with the u.s government, and to have registration documents in thier possession at all time violation of this requirement Is a federal misdemeanor crime.

obama's Dream Act

01/01/2012

As a result of this new policy, younger immigrants may be eligible for “Deferred Action,” a discretionary determination intended to not only stop the deportation of some in removal proceedings or with final removal orders, but also grant temporary deferred action status to those not in removal proceedings.