The “American Dream” is a lifestyle that many citizens of the country fantasize about living. Yet, it’s shocking to think that this country is somewhere that poverty and luxury live only a block apart. The American culture is one that is despised by most and idolized by few. Some believe the nation to be ironically contradictive of how it is portrayed; they believe it to be an American nightmare rather than a dream. Others chase green cards and citizenship to socially move upward from blue collar customs to achieve a white picket fence lifestyle.
There’s fear of going to jail, but there is also fear of being deported and never being able to come to the USA. But why is that? It is true because many people want to support their family, give them a good future or even sometimes the children want a better future for themselves and help their parents into a better house and city. Not many people can get an opportunity like that, because immigration laws are too strict. HOW DOES DEPORTING HELP THE COUNTRY ?
Moreover, it is likely that he will get some advises and help from its co-workers (Cerdin, 2002). In the case of the spouse, his adaptation might be slightly more complicated as he/she will be on its own feeling at first huge gap with the local culture. Moreover, a negative attitude of the spouse toward the future expatriation, before living, leads most of the time to expatriation failure. However, companies often underestimate this factor and usually botch the family’s analyze. It can be explained by the fact that most of the companies don’t want to get involved or be too intrusive in the expatriate private life (Cerdin, 2002).
The American Dream, the ever evolving figment in minds that created the possibilities of freedom, prosperity, and desirement of any American who is brave. This involved lives of suffering immigrants, whom in the 19th century arrived in the United States from their home countries in hope of a better life. At first, the immigrants believed that these factors would help their dreams come true. They failed though due to the lack of qualities needed. “In other respects, it caused many working class people who did not reap the benefits of industrialization to become disillusioned with the American Dream” (Olson).
For a country that claims to be so strong and prosperous we have a little more than a million homeless people. American society is failing to support, and help the homeless. When people in the American society look at a homeless person they right away think that it’s by choice. Homeless people don’t want to be homeless, they want to work and earn money
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.
As many state that refugees are a burden, there is a very good reason to believe that these refugees will contribute more to the world economically than they will yield from it. Countries are refraining from taking in these people because they feel it will ruin their economy, destabilize their society, degrade the
In which people from various countries come to the United States to gain prosperity and a stable place in life. The immigrants do not have a simplistic journey reaching America, nevertheless facing the problems and difficulties is better than staying in their home country. Countless immigrants have strived for their place they should be allowed to live in a nation where they have contributed and worked hard on. The American dream and the immigrant experience is connected. The hard work of achieving the American dream is where the immigrant’s experience comes from.
There are some people that are totally against raising minimum wage because it can lead to losing jobs, but besides that it can make many people and families get out of debt. Because of this it would benefit many Americans if the minimum wage were to be increased. One reason the minimum wage should be increased is because it would allow people to get out of debt. According to a professor, Robert B. Rich “An increase of a couple dollars per hour… allowing them to exit
“Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to be free, the wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door!” Thus reads the declaration written on the Statue of Liberty, and the first words numerous immigrants see as they enter the United States of America. Immigrants flock to America longing to become a citizen of the land of the free, to seek political and religious freedom, to escape oppression and poverty, and to better their own lives. Some citizens of the United States believe immigrants will never truly become an American since their vocabulary may not be up to par with the remainder of the country, or that immigrants just do not understand the American way of life. These citizens, however, forget just what qualities true Americans possess.