Rights Of Immigrants

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Imagine being an immigrant and having your husband/wife and child dropping you off at work. When you get there, two big ICE officers(The U.S Immigration and Customs Enforcement) are in the entrance of your work, your husband and child are fearing that they might take you away. Having to make your husband/ wife and child wait in the car to make sure you get inside safely, you then get stopped by the ICE officers and you get handcuffed without any explanation. You start feeling tears coming out of the thought of getting separated from your family and not be able to do anything. The U.S Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE officers) are an agency who are in charge to get immigrants and transport them back where they came from. The big problem…show more content…
This demonstrates that Immigrants get less paid than an actual citizen, citizens gets paid more than ten dollars an hour. Immigrants are expected to work in different locations since its a seasonal work, they are expected to move to other places even though they don’t do a raise. Farming is not an easy job to do because they have to support the temperature there is in that location, so they could collect the fruits and vegetables, for more than five hours, since they don’t have any legal documents or a U.S work permit. They have to support this, just so they could have enough money to support their families and make sure they have everything they need.
Secondly, immigrants don’t have enough protection.“The program [ Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals](DACA) lets some immigrants who were brought to the United States illegally by their parents before the age of 16 stays [in the United States]. Some DACA participants still are not in the country legally and cannot begin the process of gaining citizenship. But they can't be sent back to their country of birth [but it’s]only a temporary program”(Laws help undocumented families feel

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