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Immigrant nation revalues basics - NYC comments

The US accepts over a million immigrants annually, but is the government doing enough to integrate them in American society?

RT's Lori Harfenist asks people on the streets of New York whether or not the US is a hospitable place.

Some in NYC believe that, despite all human beings’ natural desire to live where they want to live to feed their families, it is not only a question of money. Citizenship comes with certain responsibilities towards the country you live in to support it.

Still, they do not approve of the new legislative in the state of Arizona and propose to establish a new Guest Worker Program – a step back in time.

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