The hard work of achieving the American dream is where the immigrant’s experience comes from. One program called DACA has helped immigrants, it has granted them a work permit and a legal status to be able to stay in this country and avoid the risk of getting deported. Many of them have lived or have been born in this country and wants to contribute and continue to make it their home when talking about this program. Trump is undecided about what he is going to do with DACA, but during his election
As a daughter of immigrant parents, I know first hand about how dedicated immigrants are, and the difficulties it would cause to send them back to their former country. Illegal immigrants should be allowed to become citizens. Not only do they boost our economy greatly, they cost too much money to deport, and they take the jobs that many of us don’t. It is important that we allow legalization for the illegal immigrants that come to this country because it benefits our economy, it is too expensive to deport them, and they are responsible for many of our labor intensive and unwanted jobs. To begin with, granting illegal immigrants with citizenship will boost our economy.
If you take a look at American life 50, 60, and even 70 years ago, its much different from the life that we know today. People of today do not have to constantly watch their backs, or remind their children that they are not allowed to play outside because of one simple factor; skin. Our progress is undoubtedly a positive slope, but as the saying says, there 's surely always room for improvement. The question we should ask ourselves is if we are doing enough to ensure that our past advocates, and philosophers, and supporters did not die in vain because then we would be unworthy of claiming the rights that they fought so hard for. The civil rights movement has always been a major political and civil unrest, but civil rights activists created unrest for their kids, and their grandchildren, to secure equal treatment for everybody.
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.
These alien minors will become better-educated, higher-earning workers and taxpayers. There are many myths regarding the DREAM Act that there is still a large opposing side to the bill, although the bill itself would be fair response to the injustices done in the American immigration laws. The amnesty program of the DREAM Act is a big one. Many believe that it just forgives illegal behavior continue and let it continue, but as it clearly stated in the bill itself, it is only possible to those who meet the characteristics and its eligibility requirements are the ones who can become eligible for permanent
Contrary to many American beliefs, these undocumented immigrants do not just live in the country; they live in the country and help the economy. As Americans, the thought process to simply assume that all illegal immigrants come into the country and enjoy public services without contributing to society is wrong. Many of these immigrants have come into the country to work hard and make something of themselves. Many of the DACA Immigrants in the local areas tell of their stories about coming into the country looking for the opportunity and make the most of their lives. With DACA their contribution to society doubles and allows them to help benefit the country especially the community where they live in.
People need to understand that the country could not be where it is without diversity of races. Immigrants are not trying to take anything from anyone; they are hardworking individuals seeking to live honest and fulfilling lives. A group of Muslims committed an indescribable act of terrorism years ago, however not all of them are terrorist. Immigrants are in search of a dream, which may be achieved with the resources and opportunity available in the US. Surely, there are a few bad apples among the lot, but in all that is good, there is bad.
Many immigrants that gave everything away just for a better life got nothing in return. The golden door is open to those who are willing to work hard and embrace the opportunity. There are many types of immigrants, those who are smart, kind, and ambitious Langston Hughes explains in, ¨Let America be America Again¨, ¨Opportunity is real and life is free, equality is in the air we breath.¨ Everyone should have a second chance to achieve a better life. Being an immigrant doesn 't mean you will have
According to Heymann, the new global economy treats workers like objects, without any concern about their personal life. With the developments occurring, people are treated like things and thus do not have the ability to enjoy a healthy lifestyle, their main concern everyday is how to go to work and come back home. Making money, especially now that the country is developing, is essential, but not to an extent that it deprives you of a social life and small happiness of everyday life. The well-being of workers is promoted by a good work-life. It can also contribute to achieving major policy goals like stimulating employment, promoting child and youth development and encouraging gender equality.
I 'm not saying that we should completely stop accepting immigrants, they 're good for our cultural diversity but there needs to be stricter laws on who can become a New Zealander. It would allow for more immigrants in need such as refugees to immigrate to New Zealand and make New Zealand a safe environment to be. It would also decrease the number of immigrants who take advantage of being New Zealand citizen. New Zealand 's identity requires everyone together to enshrine the qualities that show who we are and what we stand for in society. Allowing immigrants who are committed to be a New Zealander by participating in community events, working and upholding the law will bring the New Zealand community together and make us a more effective and