Mexican Immigration by Decade

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Mexican Revolution

1920

The Mexican Revolution led to increased immagration from Mexcio for the first time in the US history. The US outlawed immagration from Asai, which increased demand labor from Mexico.

Depression

1930

It was the longest and most severe depression ever experienced by the industrialized Western world.

WWII

1940

At this time WWII was going on. The US had plenty of jobs, but not enough workers. They allowed immagrants to come in and work for 2 years.

Operatin Wetback

1950

When they allowed Mexican workers, they thought that they were taking away all their jobs. They didnt want them anymore, so they would send them back, even legal Mexicans to the mexican Barrios.

Dominican Republic

1960

Saving democracy from communism by getting rid of democracy. They were controlled by Rafael Trujillo, Jr.

Not enough

1970

8% immagrants from Mexico

El Salvador Civil War

1980

They created an Immigration law 1960. There were Significant tensions and violence that already exsisted in the 1970
15.6% of immagrants were from Salvador
Asylum for undocumented

Immigration Reform and Control Act

1990

Economy dropped

2000

My family

Mom came to America

1978

Mom graduated at North High School

1992

Corey started kindergarten

2000

I started indergarten

2002

Marcos started kindergarten

2007

Corey graduated middle school

2008

I graduated middle school

2010

Catalea was born

2012