As far of the pro-immigrations argue that the United States was founded by immigrants and that immigration and freedom is what makes the United States a great nation. In addition, immigrants have a huge impact in our economy, like Bernie Sanders stated at the NALEO conference ‘’ It is no great secret that across the United States undocumented workers perform a critical role in our economy.’’ (latintimes.com). Another argument that pro-immigrant have is that people move to this country seeking the American dream, to be able to provide better life and future for their family. In the other hand, the anti-immigrants believe that illegal immigrants hurt our country. For example, many people think that immigrants reduce the job opportunities and wages for the low skilled American citizens.
They are human beings trying to find a line of work and make a living for themselves. The letting immigrants stay can bring benefits to the economy, influence good values, and motivate others to chase after the American Dream. Deporting undocumented immigrants isn’t right and they deserve a given chance to begin a new life without the government interfering. Allowing foreigners to adjust their status will enhance national
The American dream is a dream that America is the land of freedom and economic opportunity for all. Yet, America does not provide the American Dream to the tired, the poor, and the huddled masses all because the poor never get the same opportunity, nor reward, or rest. The poor service the rich, well rested, and greedy who excel in success of business, in order to survive. The poor are simply not aided enough about by the United States government. In the documented story, “Ellis Island: New York Harbor”, when it can be inferred that the immigrants are suddenly facing reality as they arrive and gain right of passage from the island to follow what they believe is the American Dream.
In conclusion, I dearly do hope that the people of America may consider my proposal. It is, dare I say, possibly the best case scenario we could hope to come up with as there is obviously no way to live peacefully with these immigrants if they do not conform. They may come here “seeking for a better life”, but we all know that is a lie; they only wish to disrupt our own lives as there is absolutely no way for people of different cultures to live side by side. Let us all come together to rid these differing cultures and keep us, the original and true
There are some pros to globalization as Mike Collins states that, "supporters of globalization argue that it has the potential to make this world a better place to live in and solve some of the deep-seated problems like unemployment and poverty." (Collins, 2015) But then continues with some points that seem more valid to me, "The general complaint about globalization is that it has made the rich richer while making the non-rich poorer"(Collins, 2015) and "Globalization is deindustrializing America as we continue to outsource both manufacturing blue collar and white collar jobs. "(Collins, 2015) Because we are in a whirlwind of globalization we loosing jobs ourselves. In the perspective of third world's countries, it is shown to give many opportunities for employment, but what large corporations won't tell you is that they are exploiting the smaller less industrialized and causing havoc and damage to them. For instance, China's pollution rate is
But comparing illegal and legal immigrants, those who are legalized receive more welfare for the fact that they are more eligible to more programs. For the young and uneducated there is a competition with immigrants because they both have the same financial status and compete for the same jobs. The lower class of the United States if filled with immigrants but also contains natives who have not had such success financially and for them it is difficult to find a job and maintain it for the search for jobs is an issue in general in the U.S. When immigrants first entered the United States, Natives feared that immigrants would take their
America has been built on the foundations of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, but how have those words help to define what our country is as a whole? America could not have become what it is without the foundations created by our founding fathers. With the unalienable rights established by our founding fathers, we, as citizens, are blessed to live a prosperous life in which our future is determined by our actions. America is a country where a man can have a dream and accomplish it, become one with his fellow citizens, and discover new innovations daily. Being an American gives citizens the right the live the American dream, cultivate the world’s melting pot, and strive to innovate new ideas.
The issue of immigration is a growing issue with two sides, people who accept immigrants coming into their nation and people who do not and believe that these immigrants should go back to their foreign lands. I believe immigration is not about the two sides but about the reason why they’re coming into the nation and how can they benefit us? The answer to that is that immigration is a good thing for a nation because it benefits both the immigrants who are most likely looking for new opportunities for themselves or for their future generations and for the country, changing its society for the better. Immigrants make the economy grow because they will enter labor work forces that some are not willing to take due to dreams of higher paying careers or lack of qualifications. Now, when a person is looking for different jobs within their needs they will look within the immigrants to find a person who works as that job or career they are looking for.
Are America 's golden opportunities worth the risk immigrants face? Some Immigrants were given the chance to achieve the golden door and others weren’t as lucky . They 've had dreams on how they will achieve a better chance of living. In¨Let America Be great Again,¨ written by Langston Hughes he states, ¨The millions who have nothing for our pay, except the dream that 's almost dead today¨. Many immigrants that gave everything away just for a better life got nothing in return.
This idea also applies to people who enter a society without legal permission but still actively participate and work to help the society as a whole. My father’s beliefs apply specifically to the United States of America as well. He believes our country was built on the idea that anyone can come here to make a better life for themselves and we have an obligation to uphold this ability. In conclusion, my father believes it is morally wrong to deport people who are actively participating in society in a positive way, regardless if they are apart of the society legally or not. While I was speaking with my father about his ideas on immigration and deportation, he seemed very focused on addressing how much our society benefits from immigrants, both documented and undocumented.