Persuasive Essay On Immigration

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Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) has taken a stance against the immigration bills being drafted in congress which all include amnesty in one form or another.

Ted Cruz said, “…you’ve got Republicans falling all over themselves to grant amnesty and a path to citizenship to millions of people who are here illegally. That is a mistake. It’s wrong. And we shouldn’t be doing it.”

The deal the White House proposed would grant amnesty to the approximately 800,000 illegal aliens granted protections under Obama’s executive order known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA. It would also grant amnesty to an additional one million people currently occupying the country illegally.

During his 2016 presidential campaign, President Trump promised the American people that amnesty would not be given to illegal aliens in any form, and that they would have to leave the country and apply to gain legal entry if they wished to return.

President Trump has since severely compromised on this issue, and is now willing to grant amnesty to almost two million illegal aliens in exchange for the passage of other immigration legislation.

One of this issues President Trump is looking to resolve in new immigration legislation is chain migration, a policy which allows foreign nationals who have been let into the country to import hordes of their extended family.

Chain migration has prioritized millions of otherwise unqualified and ill-suited foreign nationals to enter the country. Terrorist have been

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