Even though the fence along the U.S./Mexico border is already being built, it should not continue being built because it is expensive, hurts the environment, and immigration rates have significantly dropped. With the wall comes its high costs like the cost of materials to build it or the money paid to the workers that are building it. When President Trump was doing the presidential campaign, he predicted the border was going to cost about twelve billion dollars, but that turned out to be untrue. Vanda Felbab-Brown herself writes, "... A Department of Homeland Security (DHS) internal report in February put the cost at $21.6 billion, but that may be a major underestimate.” Most of this is due to the size of the wall and all the fees that come along with building the wall on other territories. You would think that Trump would pay for it all himself but, that is simply not the case.
Dear Immigration officer (Diversity Section) I am writing your attention today after reading an essay about “What A Big Deal About Immigration”. I did research on your immigration website to find out why illegal immigrants try to enter the U.S. illegally in spite there are diversity visa available. To my surprise I found out the main reason for people from India, China, Pakistan and other parts of Asia even Central America trying to enter the U.S. illegally each year because they are not eligible for diversity visa, which leave them no option to enter the U.S. illegally. Every year 14 million people registered and only 50,000 visa available, 5,000 visas are reserve for emergency. Where 20,000 people either not meeting the requirement, miss
The United States government should not push away humans that could benefit our society. Ryan McCready elaborates on this idea he says President Trump's recent executive order on immigration has seen doctors and nurses forced to leave the country. This is terrible for America's health care system that is currently searching for help. Many of the hospitals are overcome with shortages in medical professionals and the president of this country is deporting brilliant medical professionals out. These immigrants could go a long way helping out the medical field in America.
Another quote such as this also supports the idea, “At a time when our country is trimming back social services for our own citizens, we can hardly afford to keep the door open every year to roughly one million newcomers from poor nations.” In other words, we are letting in too many people already and anymore will shoot down social services for citizens who need it. This is why, people are wrong who say opening ourselves to the world is the best solution to
One idea that many support is that we need to stop the flow of illegal immigration. Although many people despise the idea, Donald Trump’s idea to build a wall along the US-Mexico border will be the most effective and is ultimately the best decision. It will drastically decrease the rate of illegal immigrants coming into the United States. Another idea is to increase the immigration quota to 725,000 immigrants per year. The 50,000 extra spots would be set aside for Mexican parents whose kids were born in the US and are therefore US citizens, also known as the “Dreamers.” The parents would have a better chance of being reunited with their children on US soil, and have the chance to legally create a life for themselves in America without having to hide.
the reason why we study history (or at least the reason i 've been told) is to learn from our mistakes and to see where we came from. because of this i believe teaching history is really important. an example would be that presidential candidate donald trump whose (unfortunately) leading in the republican polls at 30% wants to end birthright citizenship and deport immigrants if he were made president, which would result in 11 million people getting deported (and a lot more people leaving on their own accord just to avoid trump). in america 's history theres been a few huge populations transfer like the japanese-american internment with 120,000 people and native-american relocation, trail of tears with 17,000. both times they weren 't very successful. now its seems that the japanese were put into camps over racial prejudice, instead of actual concern over the nations
According to Senator Charles E. Schumer, Upfront Magazine, 2016,”...force our government to extend precious resources to deport millions.”What Senator Schumer is saying here is that the government will be wasting money and resources to deport eleven million people. Resources that could help the undocumented residents have an education, create a home, and help start a new life with their loved ones. Of course, some might argue that we will waste more resources with them being here. But this argument is false. The key point is that it will cost to much to deport them.
There were 11.5 million unauthorized immigrants in the United States as of 2011. They come and have american families, they improve the economy, and this country is a country of immigrants so why not let them stay here. One important reason that undocumented residents should be allowed a pathway to citizenship is that many of them have American families, and tearing them apart and splitting them up would cause serious trauma. According to Senator Charles Shumer, writing in an upfront magazine in 2016, trying to deport undocumented residents rather than providing them with a legal
Imagine living in a world where the air is polluted and most people are afraid to step outside their front door, in the near future, this may be reality for Americans. Americans throw out over 200 million tons of garbage a year, yet recycle not nearly as much. Most people do not realize it but recycling is a vital part of America’s society and if Americans do not perform this action, it will backfire on them. People in America are debating whether Americans are recycling enough and correctly. After analyzing the data, one will definitely agree that Americans need to be more educated on recycling due to the fact that most people do not know what happens after they recycle an item, nearly all Americans are recycling incorrectly, and Am To begin,
According to Laurence Peter’s article “Why is EU struggling with migrants and asylum?” published in BBC News in August 2015, the number of refugees in Germany this year is at about 800,000! I find that to be almost too many, but I also agree with Taylor on some levels. Of course, we should treat the immigrants with respect and respect their feelings, but I think it’s all becoming a bit excessive if we can’t even call them immigrants anymore. I think that we should maybe be more strict with the people we let in to our country, but also not too strict like in Australia. For example in Australia, they’ve made a campaign video against illegal refugees on youtube called “General Campbell 's message to people who travel illegally by boat to Australia” and was published September 2014.
Thus Jose only encouraged himself doing illegal activities such as making photocopied health cards, and we must stop our friends and families from doing this. According to the research, more than 1,300,000 immigrants live in America each year. Due to maximized population in America, if the immigration process was cut down strictly, some of the legal immigrants would not gain enough rights. The ones who do not treat illegal immigrants right, judges them “why can’t they just immigrate to other countries?” Many immigrants choose to immigrate to America because U.S. leads for better goals, and is better to live peacefully in the “American Dream” [Stephen Harper]. America is being affected the most with immigration issues.