About 12 million immigrants landed on Ellis Island, the first outpost of the American federal immigration station in the Upper New York Bay, and the ultimate gateway to the United-States of America. However, when they first arrived, their fates did not always belong to them. In those decisive hours, when federal immigration inspectors decided who could enter the country and who was sent home, the Melting Pot was born.
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