I believe that we should all be treated equally, and this includes immigrants as well, so no I do not think that certain kinds of immigrants should be favored by The United States government policy. Citizenship preference should be distributed fairly and not given to applicants based on their neediness, talent, most oppressed, or richest immigrants. This to me would be unequal treatment. An immigrant who comes from money is not necessarily any better than one who does not and vice versa. I do not believe that applicants from certain countries should be given priority; doing so would not be right or fair. Just because one may come from a more poverty stricken country does not and should not automatically exclude them from entrance into the United States. If any type of immigrant should be favored, it would be those immigrants who not only want to become a citizen of The United States, but wanted to do it following the correct steps. I would also have to say that children and those who already have family here should also be favored over other immigrants. By saying families and children should be favored I do not mean that they are the only ones who should be allowed entrance into The United States, I simply mean that they should be considered first. I would say that if anything needed to be changed with the current immigration process it should be the price. Some of the prices listed on the USCIS Website are extremely high and definitely not something that most from other countries could probably afford. Many of the immigrants from some of the poverty stricken countries would either have to save for a long-time to enter our country or only dream about having the chance to do so because of the cost one can face when trying to enter our country. However, I would change nothing about the background check; this is a vital step necessary in keeping our country safe from terrorists or other criminals that could cause physical harm.