Refugees For Immigrants

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Immigration has shaped America for centuries, building the foundations for what could have been a great country, but is now resentful. Once begging for more travelers, America has now began pushing them away, turning their backs on the people who they were once welcoming with open arms. Immigrants will make the long journey to America, fighting obstacles along the way, only to be sent back home once they get to the United States. Even refugees are not safe from deportation; many people are sent back to their home countries as soon as they reach America, despite the treacherous conditions they fought along the way. The American government claims that they do not have enough money to support the ever increasing population of America, as well as immigrants and refugees, but that does not excuse sending innocent people back to war-torn countries in which they are persecuted, and-in extreme cases- even killed.
Refugees travel to America out of a necessity, a desire to escape the dangerous conditions of their home country. Risking everything, many refugees who find themselves hoping to find solace in America, are instead turned away, sent back to their home countries. Immigrants suffer as well, leaving everything behind in their home countries, and coming to America for better a better life. Instead, they are forcefully sent back to their home countries, despite the potential they have to bring great things to America. Immigrants and refugees should not be forcefully deported
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