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  1. AMERICAN FLAG!!! I Pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands; one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.

  2. Puerto Rico • I’m going to discuss Puerto Rico. • Located in the northeastern Caribbean. • Population: 3.967 million • The religions that they practice are Santeria (voodoo) and Tainos religious practices which centered on the worships of cemis.

  3. IMPORTANT FACTS What are the two major problems that the country has faced in the last 100 years? Climate and Earthquakes. What kind of government does the country have? Republican, Executive, Legislative, and Judicial branches. How did these problems affect the country’s economy and the way life for most of it’s people?

  4. IMMIGRANTS!!! In P.R • Their transportation Airplanes boats How did the people of this country try to solve or overcome the problems that they experienced in their country? How many people from the county have immigrated or moved to the United States? total: 1,924,069 95.5% Why did most of those people decide to immigrate or move to the United States? The reasons people might move is because of the over population, freedom, and etc. Puerto Ricans have both immigrated and migrated to New York. As of 1990, New Yorkers of Puerto Rican descent (Nuyoricans), numbered 143,974. Nearly 41,800 state residents (Nuyoricans) in 1990 had lived in Puerto Rico in 1985. According to the Census taken in the year 2000, Puerto Rican migrants make up a 1.2% of the total population of the United States with a population of well over 3 million Puerto Ricans (including those of Puerto Rican descent). If taken into account together with the almost 4 million Puerto Ricans who are U.S. citizens (nevertheless, excluded by the U.S. Census statistics of U.S. population), Puerto Ricans make up about 2.5% of the total population of U.S. citizens around the world (inside and outside the U.S. mainland).

  5. United States (NYC) NYC Boroughs Empire state lady Building liberty How did most of the people or immigrants travel to the United States? Once you arrive to the United States, how was life for the immigrants of the country of your choice? What part in NYC or the United States do many of the immigrants of the country live today, the year 2011?

  6. Yes or No ? American Flag Puerto Rican Flag EAGLE COQUI Today , there are an Coqui’s can Estimated 9,789 only survive Nesting pairs of bald in Puerto Rico Eagles. Do you believe that immigrates from all countries around the world should be allowed to move to the United States? yes ! Because that’s what makes the United States , all different types of people from all over the world. Do you think that people from that you are discussing in this essay should still be allowed to enter and live in the United States? yes ! Because they aren’t harming anybody. How is the relationship with the country you are discussing in this essay and the United States? They both share the same colors in their flags. we both have our own special animal to represent us, like United States has the Eagle and Puerto Rico has a Coqui What is one important thing that you have learned about Immigration in the United States or New York City? Some people get away with it.