Childhood Arrivals Argumentative Analysis

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Detroit is a history rich city. For many centuries people have migrated to Detroit in hopes of finding work, and to achieve the American dream. Since the start of the 20th century Detroit’s population has exploded and once was the 9th largest city. Although this city was once a gate way to fulfilling peoples dreams. Detroit is now starting to suffer in these recent years. The unemployment rate has sky rocketed and the quality of education in the citizens is poor. When Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) was introduced I was worried about it having too many side effects that Detroit is already suffering from. Although when President Obama’s 2014 executive actions on immigration was put on the table I know this could change things. I would only fund President Obama’s 2014 executive actions on immigrations in hopes of lowering unemployment and raising the quality of education.
By funding the (DACA) there would be many positive outcomes from this action. By allowing the eligible immigrants of Detroit to have temporary legal status. They will then be able to avoid deportation, and they will be given two-year temporary work permits. Allowing them a chance to go out and find work so that they can support their families and themselves. By the immigrants are now
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When the (DACA) goes into effect there would be a sudden rush of the immigrants looking to find work. As it is in Detroit already an extremely high unemployment rate. So it wouldn’t do any good for the immigrants to receive their two year work permits, and look in for jobs when the community has no jobs to offer. This would extremely hurt my district simply due to the alarming increasing rate of unemployment. Also, the (DACA) only applies to people who are under 31. So even if it were to benefit my district it is still leaving half of the immigrant population out. Which can cause more problems farther down the
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