But what does the reform mean, and how will it benefit both the American population and the undocumented immigrants? There are always two sides of a coin, and I will dig into that in my speech. The US Immigration Reform 2014 Barack Obama recently presented the Immigration Accountability Executive Action to the American population that will result in looser regulations regarding illegal immigration. Illegal immigrants that have been in the United States for at least 5 years and undocumented parents of children that are US citizens or legal permit residents, and the Dreamers that examined in 2012 will be able to stay in the US legally . The new reform will, furthermore, also grant work permit for those who are eligible, allowing them to work in the country , as it will result in more competitive labour market in the United States.
Additionally, illegal aliens often are not able to read road alerts in English. In many of the countries from which illegal aliens come, it is standard practice for motorists involved in accidents to flee the scene. The combination of these factors adds up to the probability that, if more illegal aliens were encouraged to drive by issuing them driver’s licenses, it would lead to more accidents caused by uninsured motorists and many would be hit and
Three main points that will be addressed will be when they first arrived to America. The consequences that were faced, and the conflicts they have experienced because of the change in religion. It isn 't always simple leaving traditions that have been in cultures for centuries, but the Hmong Americans overcame their obstacle and here we will learn how and why it happened. Hmong are traditionally Animist
As the Red Party we want to insure the safety of families in America and to do that we must increase border security and make sure that no illegal immigrants can get into America. We will increase the amount of people we will let into America and make it easier for people to immigrate here as well. We will tax the rich more and take some funding away from the military in order to get the money that we need to fund border security. We will “build a wall” so to speak with this money to insure safety of all Americans. Illegal immigrants are stealing our jobs and are messing up our economy and society by bringing their problems here to the US.
with regards to immigration. Several poll questions suggest that immigrants are unequivocal in their desire to remain in the United States and are enthusiastic about being U.S. citizens. The vast majority of immigrants do prefer U.S. to their homeland when it comes to job opportunities available for themselves and their children, and most think the United States superior in terms of legal justice. Two-thirds of all immigrants also think the chances of being treated fairly under the law are better in the United States; only 15% think the chances are better in their homeland. Poll findings suggest ethnicity is not related to general feeling of welcomeness, but age at the time of immigration is.
Part 1: Immigration Immigration, the movement of people into another country where they are not native to, and wish live in a different country. Some major reasons why a person would want to or need to immigrate would be economic, political, natural disasters or just the wish to move to a different country. I will be covering how immigration is effecting the United States of America in the working field, living and economic areas. Also looking into how past immigration has affected future immigration events and the common issues that forced immigrants to choose to move to a different country. As the United States of America grew and is viewed as a country of freedom where everyone has an equal chance to start from the bottom with nothing to
Many of these people that get sponsored never become citizens, work under the table which makes it impossible for them to pay taxes. Instead of helping our economy they have added to our population, taken away potential jobs for actual tax paying citizens. This strain on our country is totally avoidable if we were stricter on what constitutes someone as a natural born citizen. By regulating our visa’s more thoroughly so that when they expire people aren’t able to slip through the cracks, also better monitoring of our boarders and harsher punishment to violators. Would make people think twice about entering into our country illegally.
Robert W. Merry, a political editor of The American Conservative, wrote the article “A Profound Question Behind the Immigration Debate” as well as other articles relating American History like James Polk and the Mexican War. The author claims that the immigration debate is the main reason why America is changing how it functions in the world. He provides arguments from both sides of the debate: those against and those for the immigration policies. Also, he says “definition of America” to support his claim of how immigration is changing America. The author’s intended audience is the people in America because he targets both views on the issue.
Proponent’s blameworthiness the harm of jobs on illegal immigration, more specifically those who seek a better lifestyle doing tedious jobs that most Americans would not imagine doing. When I was younger I migrated in California picking grapes, tomatoes, clipping vines etc. those are a few examples of severe demanding physical jobs that immigrants perform. Yes they require precise knowledge of expertise, but rather a physical demand that your body will sacrifice from sun up to sun down. Why say that illegal immigrants are taking away our daily jobs?
National identification systems could solve many of modern society 's problems, from identity theft to tracking known criminals. At least, this is what proponents of these systems state. On the other hand, opponents of this concept protest that it would create a form of police state and would not necessarily be as secure as it is claimed to be. These national ID systems are a hotly debated issue all over the world. Discussions have been ongoing in America on this topic and, in fact, in 2005 the REAL ID Act was passed by Congress to begin implementation of a national identification card.