As spoken by Gilder Lehrman, “Throughout American history, millions of people around the world have left their homelands for a chance to start a new life in this country—and they continue to come here to this day.” What is meant by this is that immigrants have traveled to the U.S to start fresh with a new life throughout the history of the world, and we must continue this tradition. Others might say that we could simply start a new tradition and begin to deport all undocumented immigrants. But this argument is flawed. There are more than 11 million immigrants living in the United States today and to deport them all would not only be extremely difficult, but it would also be destroying the structure of our country.
Do you think that illegal immigrants should have a path to citizenship? I think that they should. They don 't harm the U.S they actually improve it. Nearly 14 million immigrants entered the United States from 2000 to 2010, and over one million persons were naturalized as U.S. citizens in 2008. There were 11.5 million unauthorized immigrants in the United States as of 2011.
Immigrants are just like our founding fathers they are even ,more passionate because they get to live in the United States. To sum it up this country was built off immigrants so let's give them the chance to
Today we are supporting the idea of giving driver’s licenses to illegal immigrants. Using this essay we will try to get you to agree with what I have to say. Imagine the steers filled drivers who don't have their driver's license. Do you feel safe walking, driving or even being around that area? Unfortunately illegal immigrants are not able to get their driver's license officially, consequently they don't get the proper education about the rules of the road.
What if you were kicked out of somewhere you called home? One significant reason that undocumented immigrants should acquire a “path to citizenship” is that America is a country of immigrants, founded by immigrants. According to Senator Charles E. Schumer in Upfront Magazine, 2016 “I can see the statue of Liberty, which welcomed my ancestors so many years ago. That statue is a symbol of hope to the world.
Another key reason that undocumented immigrants should get a “path to citizenship” is that we are tearing families apart. As has made clear Upfront,2016,Senator Charles E. Shumer “The status quo is unsustainable. Without reform, our immigration law threaten to tear apart families and force our government to expend precious resources to deport millions.” Senator Charles E. Shumer’s point is that if we tear families apart we are making them afraid as it is right now, and we are forcing them today to leave and families now would spend time alone with children or just alone when their lover leaves. Today it’s still going on and us bring and forcing them to leave it hurt them and the others around them.
Illegal immigrants. The two words that can separate a group of people. Many average Americans can honestly admit they feel as though illegal immigrants do deserve to be in America. The majority of the reason for these everyday Americans to strongly believe that is because of fear. Americans hear stereotypes along with making a few up on their own whether they realize it or not.
However the ones that do, and get caught should be send back to the country they were coming from. I would say that a reason that a lot of people are against illegal immigrants having medical rights is that, immigrants aren’t the ones really paying to get their medication because most of the time they can’t afford it. I know for sure that medicaid was an advantage for kids the need it immigrants and now they aren’t giving medicaid out no more. There is also to be said that, “We must value the contribution of immigrants to our country. In doing so, we must protect our borders, we must protect our workers, and we must protect the taxpayer,” (House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi).
[We] have no rights here in the United States. I don’t have a right to anything. I know I’m nobody important” (Orner 212). This is the main argument of my journal – the rights immigrants don’t have, but need, in the United States. The American Civil Liberties Union says “there are 41 million immigrants in the United States,” and that “the United States spends $1.84 billion detaining immigrants” (Immigrants’ Rights).
Many Americans have mixed views about citizenship for these people. Illegal immigrants should be granted citizenship based on how the person is doing. If they are causing trouble they don't need to be here. If they are working trying to get a check to provide for their family then why not keep them here. It could also help decrease the amount of debt America is in because of the increased tax returns.
Imagine being a student that got their driver's licence taken away for getting to many tardies and not having up to par grades, and driving is the only way you can get to school. While to some this might seem like a good punishment, this would make it even harder for you to get to school on time, if at all. A punishment meant to help you, would end up hurting you. If we have a no pass, no drive law this would only make the dropout rate worse. I do not think that we should have no pass not drive laws and that instead we need to get to the source of the problem and help the students that are struggling.
Driving could be deadly if not taken solely seriously. This is why to make this possible, the legal driving age should be raised over the age of 21; as citizens begin to mature mentally. It would cut the amount of deaths, reduce obesity, and would restrict their freedom in travelling to unnecessary locations. Driving has become just like a game,
Teens may get jobs in this age and need to drive to there work place. If they have no licenses then they will not be able to get back and forth to work, and who wants to get up and go get there kid at ten after there evening shift? Kids will have to grow up sooner to be smarter later. They need to learn now about their driving habits. My second reason