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.
Immigration is the foundation of the United States of America because we are known as the “Melting Pot”, comprised of people from many different countries. Immigration exists today, legally and illegally. Illegal immigration is the moving of people across national borders that violate immigration laws of that country by not having proper approval or application to enter the country. Illegal immigration is a growing problem that needs more attention by the federal government as people move from a poorer to a richer country.
Many people don't believe this, but immigrants create more jobs than take them. Most immigrants are also not here to cause danger. I’ve already listed many reasons why an immigrant would need to come here. Also, there is no proof that immigrants cause danger. It’s actually been shown that crime rates went down when immigrants started coming in.
“..Republican front-runner businessman Donald Trump, says he’ll undo Obama 's executive orders on immigration,” Article Two Sisters Two Americas by Brooke Ross states on page 11 in the New York Times Upfront April 4, 2016 edition. This has sparked outrage among people who know that most of the immigrants are good people who are trying to flee from violence that threatens to tear apart their lives. Brooke Ross helps people understand what life is like for families with a mixed-status and what we need to do about illegal immigration in her article Two Sisters Two Americas. By showing both sides of the big Democrat v Republican fight on what should be done about illegal immigration she lets people come to their own conclusions. The evidence however is firmly in favor of helping the immigrants by offering a path to
There are approximately 12 million illegal immigrants in the United States spawning from many different countries and continents. Illegal immigrants come to America to escape from many different kinds of mistreatment from their home country. When an individual moves they are often followed by others who are encouraged to find a better quality of life. Obtaining a citizenship is strenuously difficult to attain because of raised standards, language and education barriers, along with the fear of the United States government and society projecting bias towards immigrants. The feeling of being burdensome, unappreciated, and unintelligent due to the language barrier when communicating with others.
When most people hear the words “illegal immigrant”, they think of bad people coming across the border to the United States and creating problems. Whether it’s from transporting drugs or taking a lot of job positions. What most people don’t think about is that some of those illegal immigrants that come into the United States are coming to have a better life. They want to have a fresh start and work their way up. A lot of those immigrants come to the US at a young age which leads us into the idea of the Dream Act.
During the 1840s-1850s Americans saw a huge increase in the number of immigrants arriving in America, and this only lead to white American citizens fearing them during that period. There was fear for many reasons, the main reason being Americans feared that immigrants would steal their jobs. Namely these jobs were in New York city and other large coastal
America is “supposedly” home of the free, but with racism still existing legal immigrants can find it hard to find housing and work. Americans tend to have a harder time accepting
All the dangers of traveling an unknown country like Mexico are difficult. Adding all the cartels and the kidnapers makes it more dangerous. However a child crossing the borders is unimaginable. People that are able to come and go legally into the United States do not realize all the dangers and incredible journeys people crossing the border go through just to be able to work and have money to survive. Coming to the United States is not about luxury, or making money; to many immigrants is the only way of survival, to escape the hunger and dangers of their country of origin and to them it is worth risking their lives for
According to Labor Department statistics, “People of color are nearly twice as likely to be out of work as Caucasian Americans, even when they have the same degree” (Rassuli 1). Despite the number of immigrants coming to America in search of freedom and new opportunities, citizens see them as “outsiders” and “unwelcomed” (2). These immigrants come to America for a better life, chasing the “American Dream,” only to be “struck down” by American society (2). Imbolo Mbue explores these challenges that immigrants face and expands on the obstacles they have to overcome in her book Behold the Dreamers. Mbue’s characterization that highlights the contrast between Jende and Neni creates a sense of irony that reflects her theme of how the American Dream is not possible due to the obstacles that separate immigrants from American culture.
The most agreeable point that detractors make is that the border has to be enforced. However, it is not possible to pretend that the detention and deportation of eleven million of immigrants is in any way a viable option. It is definitively evident that the future solution to the current immigration crisis lies on the creation of a bipartisan proposal that includes not only a solution that takes the eleven million on
Without immigration most Americans wouldn’t be alive today. If it weren’t for immigration America would be empty, and without immigration today America will soon be empty. The increasing cautious procedures against immigration, within America, are unnecessary and inhumane. The reasons being that America, as a country, has a history of legal immigration, the job benefits are immensely important to Americans, and it’s a matter of safety for the
Subsequently, this new century has offered ascent to another sort of immigrant: the illegal immigrant. Frantic to turn into a piece of the blasting American society, thousands upon thousands of immigrants have started to enter the United States illegally. Overlooking the laws put forward by the American government, these immigrants enter the nation and unnoticeable acclimatize themselves in the way of life of the United States. With the impact of a few components, for example, extensive fringes and boisterous natives who decline to maintain the law, the administration basically permits these people to enter the nation and really cause some real harm. At last, as the United States ' administration is not able to completely uphold the approaches of immigration,
Too Many People: Coming to America Our class reviewed immigration by those who use mostly illegal means, and how illegal immigration is currently being addressed. Still, nothing we have seen has given us a viable solution to the problems incurred by those who immigrate, the problems arising from those who detain, house, then deport immigrants, or what the United States can do to resolve the issue of illegal immigration. Implementation of National Identification Card, such as used in Germany can be an easy answer. Even though initial cost, implementation, and future maintenance may contribute to an already high national debt, federal reformation of current immigration law is in order.
There is a problem that is very important to me and millions of illegal Immigrants across the country. The issue is the length and the expense it takes for an illegal immigrant to fix their legal statuses. There is a certain type of Visa which is called the U-Visa which is a type of Visa only people who have either been physically or mentally hurt by someone in the United States. This is important because if you detain an immigrant it cost money to keep him/her incarcerated, also if they can work legally then they can pay taxes making more money for the government. There are many families that have been separated because of deportation, in September of 2014 there were 5,100 children in foster care and it is predicted to rise by 15,000 in the