He has come out with many strongly worded statements about immigrants in this country that many people have taken offense to but, statements many people also agree with. Statements include those like, “the U.S. has become a dumping ground for everybody else’s problems. When Mexico sends its people, they’re not sending their best.” He added, “They’re not sending you. They’re sending people that have lots of problems, and they’re bringing those problems with them. They’re bringing drugs.
Many countries have felt the need to force out immigrants and send them back to their own countries. Immigrants lately are causing so much trouble and its unbearable. These Immigrants are causing social and political problems, due to immigration, attracting criminal elements such as trafficking in drugs and people to other forms of crime and corruption. Also, racism can be
“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?
The Illicit Drug Trade is one of the largest issues all around the world. A lot of effort goes into tackling illegal drugs, but there are some legal drugs that also affect people worldwide which are far more than dangerous illegal drugs, such as tobacco and alcohol (Shah 2008). Illicit drugs have significantly played a negative role in contemporary society. People who use illicit drugs to cost a large amount of money to support themselves due to their urge of illicit drugs.It is fact that, many families have broken, because some members of the families addicted to illicit drugs and spend untold number of wealth on using it. When it comes to the effects of government policy on illicit drug use, two countries, China and the USA will be discussed
Being an Immigrant can lead to physical and emotional strains, whether it involves searching for health care, leaving your family behind, or fighting to becoming a legal citizen. Cesar Millan and “Anna” are two people that struck my sight on illegal immigration, this helped me see in other people’s eyes on what they had to go through to get here and to do what they had to do that could get them killed. Their stories and their connections I wrote in three main categories that I saw with illegal immigration to: Pathways to citizenship, Health care and, Family. Cesar Millan pathway to citizenship, some people say that he just “jumped over the border” but he couldn’t just do that, he is someone that turned from the negatives from coming to the U.S. and made a positive comeback using resiliency.
First, there have been many events happening that have been prompting change. There have been many immigrants come in and get citizenship, but have a terrible criminal record from their past. There have also been several cases where “unauthorized immigrants were still not in check” (Giovagnoli 1) while entering the United States.
After understanding the pros and cons of the death penalty, it leads to a question that is it still suitable for China to continue to have the death penalty in the legal system. According to history, we can see that the sentences of committing crimes have evolved from cruel to more humane form. It is an inevitable outcome that the sentences for offenders committing crimes to be more civilized and at last the use of death sentence will be abolished by Chinese government in the future. However, there are still abundant of incorrigible criminals in China and the citizens are not well educated. This means that death penalty is still in need in China nowadays.
Some political parties even openly wished for Asians to be ostracized from the rest of America. In 1882, Congress passed the Chinese Exclusion Act, which severely restricted Chinese immigration into America and denied Chinese the right to become naturalised citizens . In the 1890s politicians forced all Chinese citizens to register with a Chinese registry. By 1924, any immigration from Asian countries was illegal because Asians were “aliens ineligible for citizenship.” in the eyes of lawmakers. After, there were racial restrictions to citizenship for Asians and the
On the other hand, illegal migrants are more likely to experience discrimination, mistreatment, exclusion, and abuse during the process of migration. They frequently face extended confinement or ill-treatment, and in some situations rape, enslavement or even murder. Illegal Xenophobe and racists target immigrants more often. They are victimized by corrupt bosses and sexual predators and can simply fall victims to illegal traffickers and smugglers. The Institute on Race and Justice at Northeastern University says modern day human trafficking takes many forms.
It is impossible to know who is illegal by their looks. Daily, people are crossing into the United States illegally for reasons that are not known and can only be speculated. President Obama and his administration believe the United States should agree to take and naturalize all illegal aliens, however this paints a very bad picture of America. A lot of jobs are being taken by unauthorized aliens, some have been known introduce and traffic illicit drugs into the United States.
Without the power to choose nominees the Bosses of the time were unable to influence who would run for political office. Though this may have been effective in shutting down the corrupt local and railroad bosses, the practice of cross-filling made it possible to take advantage of the system in an entirely new way. From 1914 to 1952, California politicians were able to cross-file in the primary elections. This in turn kept politicians untethered from party politics and free to broker deals with whomever they wanted without having to please party leadership. This lead to a lot of insider back-scratching disguising itself as bipartisanship behavior.
With there being limited options for many illegal immigrants, we continue to see a rise in immigration fraud. Unfortunately, immigrants are constant victims of imposters posing as immigration attorneys. Paying thousands of dollars only to later find out nothing was ever done on their behalf. Some have also resulted to obtaining fake documents from these individuals in order to live a life in a way conducive to
This debate over the years has caused several different laws to decrease the flow of illegal immigrants into the country. However, after the rollercoaster of the 2016 elections, people have begun to fear illegal immigrants even more. Though, the question is why do Americans fear these illegal migrates? Firstly, people fear what they are incapable of understanding. It is no doubt that some Americans have a blind spot of illegal immigrants and immigration, which causes fear.