The movement of people to the United States starting with the first European settlements from around 1600.
In 1619, Africans began being imported as slaves.
Some, people came for religious freedom. Many sought greater economic opportunities. Still others, including hundreds of thousands of enslaved Africans.
The Naturalization Act of 1790 was limited to "free white persons", the law was extended in the 1860s to blacks, and was amended again in the 1950s to include Asians. These naturalization laws made the United States of America a founding state, because of the scarcity of laws that characterized people on the basis of race in the countries of the world in the 18th century.
From year to year, the number of immigrants increases from many countries with different religious and ethnic backgrounds, where laws and instructions have become more orderly.
American Immigration and settlement ProductYomna AhmadGrad 5-BMs. : Rosalie