Have you ever felt like you feel pressured by making decisions which then would affect others or the situation? Let me explain how the congress and the president are dealing with the Dreamers, as well as deportation. An article quoted from the president that states, “DACA is a very, very difficult subject for me, I will tell you. To me, it 's one of the most difficult subjects I have because you have these incredible kids,” Mr Trump said in February, less than a month after taking office. “We 're gonna deal with DACA with heart"(Alexandra Wilts).
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
Freedom is something that we all want, we are all born with it. Yet there are places where freedom is not a born right, but a privilege. In the United States we have the freedom to do whatever we want as long as it stays within the law. However not all nations have this privilege like China where the government controls the internet and Russia where the news is controlled by the government. When we see and hear the amount of freedom people from other nations get, we speak to the T.Vs and the radios, saying “someone should help them”, “that’s not right”, “I could never live like that”, and yet we take our freedom for granted.
In conclusion , I’m lucky to be living in America and getting free education and not being judged by the way i look or talk or my race or religion . I hope that this stays the way it is forever but i hope things get better for people who don’t have the same
Immigrants in U.S. are not necessarily “bad” people, they made a lot of sacrifice and risk to come to the U.S. for freedom and a better opportunity, for the government and people not treat
As Senator Charles E. Schumer in upfront magazine has made clear, “What do we do will the 11 million undocumented people who live in the shadows, fearing deportation each day, most of them working to earn their sons and daughters a chance of the American dream.” Charles E. schumer s point is that because of deporting undocumented immigrants are hiding because they're afraid that they could be sent back where they came from without letting their child have a moment to see how America is and what theirs there to see and experiences. Of course, it is possible to disagree with the view that deportation keeps undocumented immigrants living in fear and instead argue that if immigrants are deported America would be letting too many immigrants in and then we'll lose a lot of our belongings then all immigrants are going to want to work and also take our jobs away from us. However the weight of the evidence is on the other side. What must be remembered is that immigrants are going to have a chance to be free and live a different type of life better, cleaner and more beautifully which is also a great opportunity for their children because they also get a chance to experience hard work and good knowledge they get from school.
Throughout the course of recorded history people have always had ambitions of living a safe and secure life free from excessive control. The discovery and expansion of America created a melting pot for people from all over to immigrate and begin new lives. The people migrating to America dreamed of a new beginning and a flourishing lifestyle, driven by hard work and dedication. The American dream can be accomplished through perseverance and hard work to achieve our goals; and the strong sense of community to increase the well-being of everyone, not just oneself.
The pursuit of happiness is defined as “the fundamental right mentioned in the Declaration of Independence to freely pursue joy and live life in a way that makes you happy.” The ability to find happiness is a right guaranteed to all citizens in the United States, yet many countries do not possess the same rights as America and instead are plagued by corruption. Procuring contentment is a difficult journey for all people, but those who do not have access to knowledge will find it to be a much more daunting task. In Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury, Montag’s struggle to find joy under an oppressive regime required him to challenge his knowledge in a way he never truly had before. Happiness is analyzed constantly in the real world as well, and the philosophers and scientists who study it consistently link it to knowledge, as shown in the articles by Main, Socrates and in the article about Individualism.
The reason why is because their brains are still changing they are still going throw a change they are still growing. The brain where it “regulates aggression, long range planning, mental, flexibility, abstract thinking has not yet been developed. ”(Berger) In the article “Justice for Juveniles” a child is tried as an adult his parents don’t want him to go to jail because they say it is too big for him, and he wouldn’t last a day in there. The judge didn’t bother to
The American Dream is an ideal that every citizen should have an equal right to achieve success. In modern times, there are many obstacles to reaching the American Dream. Many people struggle to overcome the obstacles of the good life, but eventually finds a way out. In the passage, “A Smart Cookie”, it says, “I could’ve been somebody, you know?” People give up, when they could have ended up living the good life.
Just two years ago, the New York Civil Liberties Union discovered cases of New York school districts “unlawfully barring the enrollment of immigrant students” (NYCLU survey, 2014). Living in the United States of America, a democracy founded on the principles of equality and justice for all, who are we to deny educational opportunities and services to new immigrants? We too were once immigrants to this county who needed the help of schools to succeed. The actions taken by individuals to deny immigrants an education are not only illegal, but truly disheartening (Plyer v Doe, 1982). Receiving an education holds tremendous power as it prepares individuals to become productive, informed, and contributing members of society.
To conclude, indeed, ‘illegal’ immigrants broke the law, but they did it for a humanitarian reason, any person in the same position would have done the same for their relatives, so, should undocumented immigrants grant a path to citizenship? Yes, they help this country in different ways. The United States benefit more from them than they benefit from America. These individuals have dreams as everybody in this world, they should be allowed to persuade their dreams, they must get out of the shadows once and for all, these people deserve a better life, they deserve a
Born into the world with a precedent to follow everything the law or what your parents say, no matter the hardships you face. Rules have been drilled into our minds at a young age in hopes to set ourselves up for success without trouble, but even if we are to be brainwashed as an infant we have it in our genes to meddle into some mischief. Breaking the rules can prove to be influential in many ways such, as a change in our government system, questioning society placement, and doing anything to protect your loved ones. The American Revolution was a major change in history with the early colonists fighting for independence for the nation.
DACA is the “Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. It was formed on November 25, 2002.” By our former President Barack Obama . It is an “American immigration policy that allowed some individuals who entered the country illegally as minors to receive a renewable two-year period of deferred action from deportation and to be eligible for a work permit.” With DACA certain children of immigrants also known as “DREAMERS” get to stay in the United States without being deported until they reach that age of seventeen without having to get a green card or a work permit.
What is DACA? DACA is a program created by Barak Obama to aid undocumented immigrants, specifically children who were brought in by their parents illegally. How does DACA help immigrants? They are helped by being allowed to work, have a driver license, and potentially own a home. How are these opportunities granted?