Legal Immigration: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

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John Oliver explains how our legal immigration system works, and how it often doesn’t.
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  • “Our country’s full,” No 💕

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  • But aren't all white people in the US immigrants??

    Nevin GeorgeNevin George12 日 前
  • Oliver describes the mass immigration system of the USA and the West. Meanwhile, our successful Asian trading partners prospered with nearly zero immigration

    G GG G14 日 前
  • This is pure propaganda.

    Hlibba BÓHlibba BÓ17 日 前
  • 15:05 the smug look on Chump's ugly mug like he actually did something noble rather than making an even bigger ass out of himself... ugh! I can't wait for him to be gone!

    N I Q O L EN I Q O L E17 日 前
  • imagine not wanting an influx of immigrants that think assimilation is racist tho

    MrToobaditsmeMrToobaditsme19 日 前
    • Imagine thinking this is a real thing that happens

      Gnome de PlumeGnome de Plume18 日 前
  • “I do not like that man Ted Cruz” needs to be made into a children’s book. I also know that’s not the only rhyme of that he’s made, though I forget which episode the other one is from.

    Noah HarstonNoah Harston23 日 前
    • Idk a children's book about a serial killer seems like a tough sell

      Gnome de PlumeGnome de Plume18 日 前
  • I am also a green card user also UK born which helped my brother and sister get a citizenship

    DuckDuckShadowDuckDuckShadow23 日 前
  • Slight correction for the Indian boy whose dad petitioned for the green card: Yes, the wait time is ridiculously long for the family. But whats even worse is that when that kid turns 21, and still hasn't gotten his green card, he loses his dependent status and has to leave the country. He's got to figure out another way to come back to America and be with his family again. If he gets super lucky, he will get approval for his own greencard petiton but then he GOES TO THE BACK OF THE LINE. So essentially, someone who has grown up in America and has gone through the American education system, will not be able to immigrate into America because of the country caps. Family separation is real, even for legal immigrants.

    Khushi UpadhyayKhushi Upadhyay25 日 前
  • Regarding the clip shown at 14:58 if you watch the whole clip Trump repeatedly tried to talk about how ISIS is gone (presumably because in Trump's view the US military defeated them and saved everyone), so I think "where are they now" referred not to the woman's family but to their murderers. It's still disgusting (arguably even worse), but in a somewhat different way: "Yeah, and now the people who killed your family are dead, thanks to 'Murica -- you're welcome".

    Ecrit de la JaponographieEcrit de la Japonographie27 日 前
  • off the topic of immigration here, what kind of pussy becomes a poet? you’re literally dedicating your life to meaningless crap with syllables that follow a pattern, great

    Josh BoschJosh Bosch29 日 前
    • Poets also get crazy amounts of pussy

      Gnome de PlumeGnome de Plume18 日 前
  • Cracks me up seeing these folks wanting others to immigrate to the United States "legally"... as if their ancestors asked natives for permission to colonize North America. 🤦🏽‍♂️ And this goes back to my grandfather's days as a truck driver in the early 1900's having to deal with racism across America as a brown skinned Tejano. Despite him being of native origin and his family coming from native Texan roots he was treated as an unwelcomed foreigner. 😡 Yeah, how rich is that... being called a foreigner by ancestors of land squatters from the east who ILLEGALLY immigrated into Texas, a land already occupied by Tejano people... who Anglo immigrants would eventually betray and massacre out of racism and land theft. 😡

    SothisSothis29 日 前
    • Mexico was founded on "stolen land" too btw. So was literally every other country in North and South America.

      Smitty WerbanjagermanjenenSmitty Werbanjagermanjenen18 日 前

    roelandnatureroelandnatureヶ月 前
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    Abbie MarshallAbbie Marshallヶ月 前
  • Rewatched this today...John's Seussian waxing on the subject of Ted Cruz is what I needed to get me through the last few weeks of this year.

    Wesley SmithWesley Smithヶ月 前
  • My Aunt spent at least $30k per person for a green card 20 years ago for a family of 4 after waiting 7 years...she did take legal route and it only took this quickly because she spent money on it. For the less privileged, they can be waiting forever

    Y LeeY Leeヶ月 前
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  • My family is Canadian, english speaking, white af, Christian, educated. Basically model immigrants for the USA. It still took us from November of 2016 when my parents moved to the USA through a work visa (I was here for a couple months prior on an F-1 student visa) and we submitted the Green card applications basically immediately. Until October of 2019 to get our green cards. Along the way they lost my passport photos twice, delayed the application long enough that we had to fill out new forms bc they changed them, and made us do a physical each year bc they only were valid for 12 months. And luckily this was all paid for by my dads work, but if we had to pay for it ourselves, FUCKING HELL it's expensive as FUUUUCK When Trump says he wants legal immigration, he's really saying that he only wants rich immigration. Because that process is not cheap by any means

    streamoflilliesstreamoflilliesヶ月 前
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  • Republicans claim they like legal immigration yet they want to end all of the ways to legally come here

    Zugly MonsterZugly Monsterヶ月 前
  • 13:26 Immigrant arriving at USA: I'm finally a citizen! :D Racist american: So anyway, I started blasting

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  • Plz make video about how UK is covering up imperial history

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  • I lost my shit when I saw that video 15:06 holy shit, I'm so mad.

    Jonathan SchmidtJonathan Schmidtヶ月 前
  • You mean the Republican positions is, 'brown man, bad' Color me completely shocked.

    Xenos BreedXenos Breedヶ月 前
  • If you win, congratulations FOR NOW I love how it immediately says good luck afterwards

    Aung Ko KyawAung Ko Kyawヶ月 前
  • -Laughs in dad immigrating by winning Visa Lottery-

    SpellingSpellingヶ月 前
  • It sound like

    CancandooCancandooヶ月 前
  • I am a student visa holder who was thinking about working and moving in the States after college. But now I am not so sure. The tearing up part that John Oliver says was touching and relatable if you are an immigrant. The stress of immigration is always there when you are a foreigner, even if you do everything right and play by every rule.

    Leo LiangLeo Liangヶ月 前
  • I've said it before and I'll say it again: why the fuck is it illegal to walk across a line we made up?

    Reginald BarclayReginald Barclayヶ月 前
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  • that ted cruz poem was possibly the best i’ve heard on this show!

    Casey HammCasey Hammヶ月 前
  • well that first minute aged really well over the last year.

    DahDahヶ月 前

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    XXgood BoyXXgood Boyヶ月 前
  • As a person living in Norway I am confident to say that if anyone in my city wants to go to the us right now they have to be 1 of the 3 listed below 1) an anti vaxxer 2) a racist 3) someone clinically insane

    SaitamaSaitama2 ヶ月 前
  • WTF had a chance to replace Ted Cruz with Beto O’Rourke and you passed???

    Vegas JayVegas Jay2 ヶ月 前
  • I am here from Germany and received my green card because I married an American (this was 11 years ago), and I cannot say that it was difficult for me personally. I know many people don’t have the luck I had and are waiting for their green card for many years, if they receive it at all.

    Nadine RelihanNadine Relihan2 ヶ月 前
  • Lmao “stone cold killers”.... bc they tend to be very family friendly oriented. 😒😒😒

    mandy mooremandy moore2 ヶ月 前
  • Best part of this video was the Ted Cruz poem(in the classic Dr. Seuss fashion).

    pikeman80pikeman802 ヶ月 前
  • This republican people are so stupid they don't even know the history of this indian land i am so happy biden is the president now.

    Carmelo OrtizCarmelo Ortiz2 ヶ月 前
  • The worst people apply to the DV lottery.....fuck you Trump. I have a master's degree and work for a multinational company. I've never even got a parking ticket. I'm so happy he got outvoted like a little bitch!

    KDKD2 ヶ月 前
  • "In one of Trumps more reflective moments..." shows Trump staring longingly at Ivanka. PURE GENIUS.

    Annie GrahamAnnie Graham2 ヶ月 前
  • 19:42 They both look miserable with each other

    Eye Said ItEye Said It2 ヶ月 前
  • Looks like John can’t do the math for chain immigration. mother -> mother = grandma. grandma -> daughter = aunt

    Jiahua HouJiahua Hou2 ヶ月 前
  • Maybe I am mistaken but what I heard from the lady is her saying ''they kept'' and not ''they killed'' and for that Trump was not insane in asking her ''where are they now?''

    Collen MatsepeCollen Matsepe2 ヶ月 前
  • Where are they now? I’m dead lmao

    Matthew Whalen-HenikMatthew Whalen-Henik2 ヶ月 前
  • Imagine having Ted Cruz as your senator.

    thezekromanthezekroman2 ヶ月 前
  • *Or you can go to Canada*

    Ayan VermaAyan Verma2 ヶ月 前
    • we have more restrictions - only high skilled people can come here, or a set number of refugees

      Daniel KamaliDaniel Kamaliヶ月 前
  • US is a country made of immigrants that don't want immigrants anymore.

    patronustrippatronustrip2 ヶ月 前
  • Even drumpf doesn't beling to America, go back to ur fucking land

    Ayan SarkarAyan Sarkar2 ヶ月 前
  • Economic migrants =/= refugees

    Jude RosaireJude Rosaire2 ヶ月 前
  • If Oliver stopped making stupid far reach jokes, he'd have time to "unpack" what Trump is saying. He spent a total of only a few minutes of this 20 minute segment making actual (and decent) arguments. Liberals in America should respect themselves a little more and not get their political discourse from this dutifully unfunny "comedian".

    Jude RosaireJude Rosaire2 ヶ月 前
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    Willie master of destructionWillie master of destruction2 ヶ月 前
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    René NKRené NK2 ヶ月 前
  • I am an Indian I did my high school and college in us I worked in the us army under MAVNI for 4 years in Afghanistan and I am married to an American, i took me 9 years to be an American

    adrish basuadrish basu2 ヶ月 前
  • The country's not so full anymore. Can we let them in now?

    Taylor RathboneTaylor Rathbone2 ヶ月 前
    • @Vincent Giasullo Because of the process of assimilation that _all_ immigrants, legal and/or illegal, have to go through if they want to become full fledged citizens of this country. It is a slow and arduous process. To just keep letting people in, without first going through this process of adapting, familiarizing and settling into our culture and ideology, based on a foolish notion that we "have the room" is very disingenuous. Not only that, a tremendous increase of population would obviously increase our needs and consumption for more energy such as fossil fuels, natural resources such as food and clean water, infrastructure that would need to spread into farmlands and natural ecosystems with wildlife, ect. There is already over 300 million people in this country. That number is projected to increase to 400 million by 2050 and 600 million by the end the century. And that's if we do nothing. That's still keeping the restrictions on immigration that we have now. We're still going to have problems with an increase of population in this country even if we do nothing. So if we just start letting even more people in, legal and/or illegal, without first waiting until that group has properly assimilated and on the asinine assumption that we have the room and resources for it, is a glorious absence of sophistication on one's part. That's why.

      BenJamin CroftBenJamin Croft2 ヶ月 前
    • @BenJamin Croft why not?

      Vincent GiasulloVincent Giasullo2 ヶ月 前
    • No.

      BenJamin CroftBenJamin Croft2 ヶ月 前
  • It’s a challenge for a rich country to balance immigration. You know by default most people trying to come in have educational levels below that of average Americans. They may not speak the language and religious and/or cultural aspects may limit how they progress. So why would the rich country want to allow immigration that is most certainly resulting in dependence? Rich and educated people? They will make it anywhere, that’s low risk for dependence. In light of the number of poor people in America, many of which are immigrants (aka minorities), it would make little sense to add to that pool thru immigration. Here in NYC, I see good immigrants and bad immigrants. You could say, if the states (aka NYS, PA, CT and so on) can not manage their immigrant populations and provide them with housing, education and jobs to be productive members of society, then the federal government has no choice but to limit the inflow of people. If states did a better job, immigrants would not be seen as a problem. So perhaps immigration rates should be directly linked to how well or badly immigrants perform once here. Then potential future immigrants would not blame the government but their own predecessors.

    4philipp4philipp2 ヶ月 前
  • Yeah my father had to wait for 5 YEARS to get a green card.

    TheraiTherai2 ヶ月 前
  • John "open the borders" Oliver

    Jeff KaplenTMJeff KaplenTM3 ヶ月 前
    • Donald "make all immigration illegal" trump

      Sam MckeenSam Mckeen3 ヶ月 前
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    Jak3ildJak3ild3 ヶ月 前
    • Intresting

      Jak3ildJak3ild3 ヶ月 前
  • Very underrated lesson I got from here: HOUSECATS REALLY DON'T GIVE A SHIT.

    JamirimajJamirimaj3 ヶ月 前
  • 9:45 "It is not a great result for America that helped educate him and then for some reason forced him to go innovate somewhere else" Actually, that's one of the literal purposes of study (F-1) and professional exchange (J-1) visas. That people get education and professional experience in the US and then go to develop their own countries with that knowledge. :) Though, it's not as official as in some countries where you sign a paper promising to leave after the end of your studies. :)

    Michael KoksharovMichael Koksharov3 ヶ月 前
  • After watching this video in October 2020, I have just one question : Why the FUCK would anyone with sense want to move to the US anymore?

    Ayush ThumbarathyAyush Thumbarathy3 ヶ月 前
  • Great refugee story. Become involved, First Friends. Sponsor an immigrant.

    Luis StoLuis Sto3 ヶ月 前
  • Isn't chain migration how Trump got his wife?

    obsidiana07obsidiana073 ヶ月 前
  • So... I wanna start by saying I love this show and hope it never goes away. I have to disagree with you though at 3:55 where you say big or small countries are bound by the same numbers. Not really how percentage works. Let’s say Malta has 100 citizens, 7 of them per year could immigrate per what you said and let’s China has 1000 people in it, they get 70. It literally couldn’t be more fair. Now the rest of the process... it’s shit.

    Pearls Anne HeelsPearls Anne Heels3 ヶ月 前
    • Wait, you mistook what he said. He said that the immigration in the US was restricted to a max of 7% from each country. So if the US was taking in 100 immigrants, it could take no more than 7 from any country. If 1000 people from China want to immigrate, vs 10 in Malta, the Chinese would have to wait a lot longer for all of them to immigrate because of this country cap.

      Prashant WasonPrashant Wasonヶ月 前
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    Disques Swing 13Disques Swing 133 ヶ月 前
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  • If he were “a stone cold killer”, I’m guessing he wouldn’t care to bring his granny.

    quest4lucidityquest4lucidity3 ヶ月 前
  • Unpopular opinion: No one is entitled to citizenship in countries they aren't native to. Source, my family was bounced coast to coast riding on a boat fleeing a natural disaster as refugees looking for a country that would adopt us. It sucks, but it's their home, and you're not entitled to it.

    Jana GJana G3 ヶ月 前
    • @Daniel Kamali Um ok. What's your point? Also could you answer my first question?

      Sam MckeenSam Mckeenヶ月 前
    • @Sam Mckeen cuba is not the USA which is the topic of this video

      Daniel KamaliDaniel Kamaliヶ月 前
    • @Daniel Kamali Columbus landed in many places including Cuba. Cuba is in North America. By natives do you mean the people Columbus met or indigenous people as a whole?

      Sam MckeenSam Mckeenヶ月 前
    • @Sam Mckeen columbas never came to north america and the natives did not have an organized country

      Daniel KamaliDaniel Kamaliヶ月 前
    • @Jana G I never said they were wrong. Just an observation.

      Sam MckeenSam Mckeen3 ヶ月 前
  • I am sorry they were so proud to say there are twenty-five million illegal Mexican Immigrants in the US. They did not come in legally, but they are counted as Immigrants Legal or not. It may have been a long hard trip but they are here. People flying in from other countries and staying. How hard was that? Here is an idea, get naturalized or leave.

    Thomas StecykThomas Stecyk3 ヶ月 前
  • Personally I am glad the Indian tech guy got rejected. by starting a company in India it helps the people there. creating jobs. improving the lives of people there and competing with the almost monopoly it seems American companies have on the tech market. The world would be better off if the best people from every country didn't always try to leave those places and instead helped raise up their homeland.

    Mok zinMok zin3 ヶ月 前
    • @Mok zin Oh shit sorry. I'm bad at speed reading.

      Sam MckeenSam Mckeen3 ヶ月 前
    • @Sam Mckeen What you said makes no sense if you actually read what I wrote. I said I was glad he wasn't able to open his company in America. I am glad he was able to open in his homeland of India.

      Mok zinMok zin3 ヶ月 前
  • Like I keep saying, Conservatives are not human. There's no reason to treat them as such.

    MCPunk55MCPunk553 ヶ月 前
    • @Daniel Kamali Are you sure those two things are NOT direct contradictions, Salazar?

      MCPunk55MCPunk55ヶ月 前
    • @MCPunk55 i am a progressive and you are not free to dehumanize anyone

      Daniel KamaliDaniel Kamaliヶ月 前
    • @Daniel Kamali Aww, and here I was thinking freedom of speech was something you defended... I apologize, mein Fuhrer, I was mistaken.

      MCPunk55MCPunk55ヶ月 前
    • @MCPunk55 you're a fucking nazi go away

      Daniel KamaliDaniel Kamaliヶ月 前
    • @Daniel Kamali To be a Homo Sapiens, a creature must display certain features. Conservatives lack all of them.

      MCPunk55MCPunk55ヶ月 前
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    Judi BarthJudi Barth3 ヶ月 前
  • Well shit, I wanted to move to the US to chase tornadoes, guess its impossible

    NatquikNatquik3 ヶ月 前
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    Madzie 2000Madzie 20003 ヶ月 前
  • To be fair, as a former English major, "And then we totally fucked a lot-- / Death has a big, fat Dick" isn't NOT the intended meaning of poem 479.

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  • Yup, Trump cares about the little guy...

    Dan RodriguesDan Rodrigues3 ヶ月 前
  • "Four legs good, two legs bad." thank you Orwell. Also, borders are a fiction that should be obliterated.

    Rose BlackRose Black3 ヶ月 前
  • Seeing how this administration has handled immigration and asylum a year after this was posted, I actively hope terrible things and bodily harm to happen to all of them. Actually, toss in the entire Republican Party. They're all worthy of abject contempt and no peace in life.

    Christopher SadlowskiChristopher Sadlowski3 ヶ月 前
  • Looks like Trump learned a new phrase " Chain Migration."

    GinaGina3 ヶ月 前
  • Oh yeah, we're so full we need to nuke central region to make space

    krepnata kadarakrepnata kadara4 ヶ月 前
  • Great Ted Cruz Dr. Seuss poem. Another of the flock of assholes associating with and kissing ass of Donald Trump.

    pikeman80pikeman804 ヶ月 前
  • Republican Jewish Coalition, oh the irony of it. Do you remember those ships of Jews fleeing Nazi Germany that you sent back? I guess the country was full back the wasn't it?

    Jerzy FeliksJerzy Feliks4 ヶ月 前
  • i love that when the right made fun of Obamas wife, it was seen as racist and sexist. Trump's wife? nah go to town on the women.

    R D KR D K4 ヶ月 前
    • When in this video did he make fun of Melania Trump? He was pointing out Trump's hypocrisy to take advantage of a system he says is badly hurting America. And criticism is not the same as sexist and racist remarks, I hope you still know the difference...

      Le HansLe Hans4 ヶ月 前
  • Oh my god I’m not used to the live laughs anymore

    Alyssa ShihAlyssa Shih4 ヶ月 前
  • This video is surprisingly good when watched at 200% the speed.

    Casey KuilmanCasey Kuilman4 ヶ月 前
  • I'm from Malta and thank god I don't live in america

    Roderick PortelliRoderick Portelli4 ヶ月 前
  • Thumbs up for O-1

    Oliver YbarraOliver Ybarra4 ヶ月 前
  • I love the way John can take a complicated topic and break it down in an understandable way. Also trump is such a damn hypocrite. He got his wife's citizenship status by bribing immigrating authorities. Oh ya and his mom is from Scotland who may or may not have arrive legally. Then he screams about "more legal immigration" while his administration actively makes it harder and harder for anyone to try and immigrate. A liar, a hypocrite, a con man, a thief, the list just goes on and on.

    Kelly BKelly B4 ヶ月 前
  • I will just say ONE thing about the american immigration system: I'm a single 30 year old, citizen and resident of CANADA, with a permanent salaried job at a fortune 500 SILICON VALLEY GIANT. BOTH my parents are almost retired citizens of US who are likely in the top 10-15% in terms of how much money they make. My parents applied to sponsor me to come to the US, and it will take me at least another 10-15 YEARS to even get close. That's INSANE, on average for anyone in my position the next 10-15 years would bring SO MANY changes. Not to mention the fact that 30s is kinda the age where most ppl "settle down", would I really want to move in my 40s after that? And you know, let's not forget: 1. Me being in the US means one more person who will be able to support my parents as they get older so they are less of a burden on teh state 2. As John Oliver points out, this is family based migration, something Trump and a lot of his supporters seems to hate. And that's not even getting into how INSANE it is that the employment route is not the one i'm going for (believe me I tried, and Trumps changes have made it impossible), seeing as how as i said - I'm employed by a fortune500.

    Tj HTj H4 ヶ月 前
  • Legal immigration is just code for white, wealthy oligarchs. I find this all very interesting given how many US citizens I know who want to get out of this country right now.

    Kaitlyn HatchKaitlyn Hatch4 ヶ月 前
  • wait since when do "the worst of the worst" even try the legal way? _smh trump your argument is shaky_

    Way Too HyperNovaWay Too HyperNova4 ヶ月 前