There are a lot of controversial issues surrounding this country. Whitin all those controversial issues there 's the “issue” of illegal immigration. I 'm sure we 're all familiar with the term “illegal immigration”. We’re always told about how bad it is. Don 't get me wrong, it is bad but it 's not done with the intention of hurting someone else but to try and change their future.
Mexican Americans have immigrated and emigrated to Americas since before the Mexican American war of 1848. Immigration of Chicanos has been happening for a very long time, but the only difference is that it is now becoming a problem. Before the border was created Mexicans would legally cross to America, with no immigration problems, until 1924. When the border was created, Mexicans and Chicanos no longer has access to their old Chicano lives. Children continue to illegally be brought to America in search of better opportunities.
The Truth about Undocumented Students in the United States The issue of undocumented immigrants and undocumented children has hardly been out of the news these past few years. The hot topic affects everyone from immigrants themselves to policymakers and US citizens. Undocumented immigrants have typically entered the United States without permission and have no legal right to remain in the country. Undocumented immigrants could be people with expired visas or paperwork, or immigrants in deportation procedure.
In the article “US Socioeconomic and Racial Differences in Health: Patterns and Explanations” they explain the effect socioeconomic and race plays on your health. We have discussed in class over and over again about the poor treatment that are minorities have. We also discussed how they have a higher chance of living in a location that is close to polluted waters or near factories that don’t practices the proper method of disposing of harmful waste. When they explain that the federal government only recognizes five races I became infuriated. There should be one race “HUMAN” we are all equal.
Health Care in the US is arguably available to all who seek it but not everybody has had the same experience and treatment when walking through the doors of a healthcare facility. In many cases, people are discriminated against due to their gender, race/ethnicity, age, and income and are often provided with minimal service. Differences between groups in health coverage, access to care, and quality of care is majorly affected through these disparities. Income is a major factor and can cause groups of people to experience higher burden of illness, injury, disability, or mortality relative to another group.
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.
The topic I would like to discuss is racial equality in the health care field. Racial equality is a topic that is slowly leaving everyone’s daily life. We have to influence the health care providers to endorse upcoming professionals in the next generation to be better that the one before. These care givers need to define laws of racial equality and justice. This influence can help us eliminate racial violence, crimes, and improper care.
Do you know what it an illegal immigration is?! Let’s start with the definition of immigration. Immigration is the action that most living things do, which is to go and live in a foreign country forever and leave all your family, and everything. An illegal immigration is a type of immigration. Which is the migration of people across national borders in a way that violates the immigration laws of the destined country.
“Illegal Immigrants” are deported every day due to various reasons. Many of them with family ties to US citizens. If we “welcome” back to society to reformed felons, why are we so harsh to “reformed felons” that are on deportation proceedings with family ties to the US? While I agree felonies should not be taken lightly, what would an immigrant convicted of a felony needs to do to show reformation and should the US allow this individuals to stay in the US with their families with legal status? Why?
In the society that we live in, it is very easy for an American citizen to say that illegal immigrants should automatically be deported. I am not in any way claiming that every American is supporting the idea that it is right to deport any and every illegal immigrant. If people were to put themselves in the position of the woman with three young kids, a sick husband, and a low paying job I am almost certain they would change their perspective on whether or not every immigrant should be deported. With everything that has happened with the presidential election and all the big talk on deportation of illegal immigrants take a second to truly understand what is happening around you. I am not here to tell you that you are wrong for believing in the fact that illegal immigrants should be deported.