Informative Speech On Immigration

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Introduction
Ladies and gentlemen, it’s a pleasure to be here today. My name is Ida Langstrup, and I’m an international student here at the University of London.

Content
Today I'll be giving a speech. A speech where I'll touch on the topic of illegal immigration in the United States. I'll briefly account of the immigration reform (Immigration Accountability Executive Action) passed by President Barack Obama on November 20th, 2014. I'll then explain how this reform will be affecting people, and who these people are. Lastly, I'll analyse the opposing views on the issue, and discuss, if the reform is a suitable solution to the dilemma which is illegal immigration in the United States.

The Clarification of the Reform
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The reform is a step in the “right” direction. Instead, or at least parallel with, of focusing on the implementation of illegal immigrants they should concentrate on the prevention of the illegal immigrants coming to the country in the first place. And no, Mr Trump, building a 30 feet tall wall at the Mexican border is not what preventing means. It means, however, supporting countries such as Mexico with economic support to help them become the kind society that America is. It means ensuring proper education for the children in the countries, and it means social support for the families who have the most problems. Consequently, in my opinion, this would help both sides of the problem long term.

Conclusion
The new immigration reform might be a suitable solution, but not a sustainable one. In addition to this, the American society is filled with different opinions on the matter. Furthermore, the illegal immigration might not be the worst thing to happen to a country, you just have to understand, what impact it would make if it weren’t there. Thank you for your attention, that’s all I had for you today. But if you have any questions, I would be more than happy to answer
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