Immigrants come for the future generations, “For Ambrosch my mama come here.”(59). It won’t be Mr. and Mrs. Shimerda that become wealthy, CONJUNCTIONit takes time to become established. The generations to come, and to a certain degree Ambrosch and Antonia will be the ones to live a better life. In fact, life in America for the Shimerdas is more difficult than in Bohemia. Antonia transltes Mr. Shimerdas words to Jim’s grandmother after recieving help from the Burdens, “he wanted us to know they were not beggars in the old country”(50).
Illegal immigrants should be allowed to stay in the U.S.A. and become citizens because they are heavy workers, want a better life and most importantly they contribute to the U.S. economy. Immigrants simply want to obtain an opportunity to live and work in this great country. With all this in mind it is clear that they deserve a path to citizenship. Countless people say illegal immigrants are damaging the U.S. economy; however, they are contributing immensely by paying their taxes. “Undocumented immigrants contribute significantly to state and local taxes, collectively paying an estimated $11.64 billion a year’’(qtd.
This is because people at the time lived in a more patriarchal society, following a certain set of norms, always giving the man authority. Some of the main qualities valued used by the bourgeoisie of that time that we learn due to Torvald’s actions and words were financial success, hence the belonging in the bourgeoisie of society; upward social mobility, portrayed by his promotion to a major position in the bank; freedom from financial debt; and having a stable, secure family with a man at its head, according to the traditions of a patriarchal society. Nora defies most of these norms just because she wanted to save her husband’s life. After having to bear with all of Torvald’s speeches as to why borrowing money and being indebted is not good for the family, saying that a happy family is a family not in debt, and his scolding her after he reads Krogstad’s letter which clarifies the situation of the story, Nora realizes something. She realizes that she lives in a dream, where everything is fake, is just an act.
Although nowadays illegal immigrants are decreasing, the number of unauthorized immigrants has raised since 1990 to a triple size. First, Europeans like Irish, British and Germans started coming in the 1820s and 1870s. Along with some Canadians and Chinese. Then, in 1822, the Chinese Exclusion Act was passed which banned the Chinese immigrants for 10 years and wasn’t repealed for 61 years. After, the economic depression happened that decreased Europeans which provoked Canadians to stop immigrating.
Under the Obama-administration, a new policy was created called DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals), a program that allows undocumented immigrants who came to the U.S. at the age of 16 or under, who are called the DREAMERS, to be shielded from deportation. Since DACA was created, 800,000 DREAMERS have been saved from being deported. Even though many Democrats are trying to fight it, President Donald Trump has announced the ending to the DACA program. DREAMERS who came to the United States as young children and are going to contribute to society should get to stay here. At young ages, the DREAMERS didn’t have any say in the decision to come to the United States or not.
Those seeking a good education are able to find it, and those longing for something more are able to work for it. Alvarez, even while being an illegal immigrant, obtained a college education. As well as Union City continuing to exist due to hard work and determination. There may be areas of education that still need work. Yet this fact will never change.
Even at work, those people who do well are proud of their work and do not fear telling others about their success. People get creative to survive the competition. People in the United Kingdom also follow masculinity although they have a culture of understatement and modesty. People living in the two countries use innovation to become successful although the Americans show it instantly while British maintain
[Every year, millions of people worldwide illegally download or stream music without realizing that thirty songs could cost them $675,000 in fines.] Though many supporters of “illegal” electronic file sharing believe that it is not stealing, the reality is that the original creator does not receive payment for their content, businesses receive less financial support, and the downloader has a higher risk of computer viruses from the website they are downloading from. Illegally downloading content and file sharing is very common, but the number of instances doesn’t make it right and people should still be prosecuted for committing this crime. *First*, Artists take so much time and money for people to illegally download their work or content. The artists use the money that they receive for their content to continue to make music, and other forms of content.
This corruption is evidenced by many of these charges being drug related, despite both races using drugs at similar rates, in tandem with the fact that private prisons spend millions of dollars every year lobbying for harsher drug laws. Not only is the net effect of this unjust, it helps to create stereotypes against African Americans. With private prison counts more than doubling since the start of the 21st century, Americans must stand up to the injustice of current private prisons before the problems of persecution and oppression they create become
Let me say it: I love this country. I love that there are still public servants who are sincere and genuine in fulfilling their duties as elected officials ofw the country. I love how our fellow Filipinos try to make a difference by going to the precinct polls, no matter how far, just to cast a vote to the candidate they think they deserve. I love when our countrymen decline offers for their votes to be bought because they have so much to begin with. I love how our leaders continue to take advantage of the people, their skills and abilities to produce businessmen and professionals who will repay and help in building a better nation by paying their taxes truthfully.