Just two years ago, the New York Civil Liberties Union discovered cases of New York school districts “unlawfully barring the enrollment of immigrant students” (NYCLU survey, 2014). Living in the United States of America, a democracy founded on the principles of equality and justice for all, who are we to deny educational opportunities and services to new immigrants? We too were once immigrants to this county who needed the help of schools to succeed. The actions taken by individuals to deny immigrants an education are not only illegal, but truly disheartening (Plyer v Doe, 1982). Receiving an education holds tremendous power as it prepares individuals to become productive, informed, and contributing members of society.
Text: This is a commercial regarding the immigration issues. The main argument in this commercial is that immigrants help enriched and strengthened the US or perhaps, the argument supports the immigrations. The argument in this commercial is displayed by showing images of immigrants from all over the world. Along with the images, the commercial has also displayed the voice of the President Obama’s voice and a quotation of John F. Kennedy of how they support the flow of immigrations. This commercial argument is the best medium for conveying the message to people that immigration is not harmful as everybody thinks.
Immigration conundrum will never be felt as acutely by second generation immigrants because things change and people forget about the right way it is awfully to think roots can and should be so easily discarded. I prefer Jhumpa Lahiri's narrative voice over Smith’s no inflection of moral no pronouncing of judgement on flawed choices but a restrained attempt at humanizing all characters. I feel this is something that happened to most people because some people have like family things they do and as people get older and others don’t do what has always been done or the new person that takes over forget it or does do it right. Also with religion people have a different outlook than someone else and each people will take it different and to me
Immigrants are making a life in the United States and working in jobs without background checks. Everyday immigrants are in danger that the immigration Agency to find Immigrants working in their jobs or in their homes. The Immigration Agency does not like the fact Immigrants crossed the border without any papers to come to the U.S. Immigrants in the United States are afraid of the Immigration Agency because of the rough tactics the Immigration Agency does to sometimes arresting Immigrants. When sometimes the Immigration Agency thinks all immigrants are all criminals which gives the immigration agency an excuse to arrest innocent immigrants. , but not all are bad.
Currently, the presidential elections are coming up, and there are two favorite candidates to for the presidential. Hillary Clinton (democratic party), has proposed some great proposals for a change in the United States. She proposed a new immigration reform, an education policy, and a new healthcare reform. On the opposing side is Donald Trump (republican party), he proposed his own immigration reform, education policy, and also a new healthcare reform. Both, Hillary and Trump propose some great, interesting ideas for the U.S.
These issues must be handled quickly and properly. A possible solution explored in children in the aftermath of immigration enforcement is that the present immigration laws be reformed to benefit and meet the needs of children, especially U.S. citizen children, during deportation proceedings. Children who are under the legal age U.S. citizens should be allowed to petition for their parents to become legal permanent residents. In recent years there has been stricter implementation of law enforcement. Due to cause and effects this has resulted in the unnecessary separation of families.
“We always hear about the rights of democracy, but the major responsibility of it is participation.” (Marsalis). Politics influences almost everything we do in our lives and how we do it. Therefore, political participation in the American government, a democracy, is the best way to be the change you want to see in your community and in your country. One small yet important and effective way to do this is by contacting your government and voicing your opinions, and when I wanted to raise the issue of immigration reform for the DACA recipients, I researched the issue, wrote a letter, and sent it.
1) The Immigration Act of 1907 created the Dillingham Commission to review U.S. immigration policy. In 1911 the Dillingham Commission produced a report that highlighted the differences between Old Immigrants vs New Immigrants and the effect on the social, cultural, physical, economic, and moral welfare of the nation. The Dillingham Commission Report favored the "old immigrant" who had come from North Western areas of Europe as opposed to the "new immigrant" who came from South Eastern areas of Europe and other parts of the world. The argument of Old Immigrants vs New Immigrants concluded that immigration from southern and eastern Europe posed a serious threat to American society and should therefore be greatly reduced. 2) Jane Addam founded Hull-House in Chicago, which would eventually become the most famous settlement house in the US.
Franklin D. Roosevelt once said, “Remember, Remember always, that all of us, and you and I especially, are descended from immigrants and revolutionists.” Even in the earlier days of colonization, many travelers would race to discover places for settlement. But the distaste and hostile attitudes in recent years that some have expressed places immigration in a bad light. The hostile attitude may be a product of fear.
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