The American Dream: Immigrants And Immigration

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A vast idea that shadows the United States of America is the American dream. It is an idea which has been branded on the U.S. since it became independent. From having a huge amount of people immigrate to its borders for a better life. The dream is one of first things that come to mind when thinking of the United States of America. The American dream can come in different shapes or sizes depending on the person who conquers it. Although the question that remained in people 's mind if they would be able to achieve. The dream that once clouded people’s mind becomes more of a dream than an actual reality that could be made into a life goal, With the times making the dream harder to achieve, the government ,Or just the work and money needed…show more content…
Immigrants in The united states are having a difficult time trying to achieve their own American dream. The events right now plays huge a role in the subject on if people American dream are being able to achieve. The government putting more obstacles just from keeping people to achieve the dream. For example DACA was a program established by the Obama administration in order to give undocumented students a chance to study and have a license. Many immigrants counting on this as a next step in order to get finally be a step closer to their American dream life. In 2017 with the new elected president of the united states declared his statement as official ending DACA.“The Trump administration Tuesday formally announced it will end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program — also called DACA — putting an expiration date on the legal protections granted to roughly 800,000 people known as "Dreamers," who entered the country illegally as children.” .This latest news has impacted many people and their American dreams. Just proving that the American dream isn’t easily attainable and most likely impossible to…show more content…
Although many people just jump in without thinking full of the situation might be the 50 percent chance of succeeding and making their dreams reality. Money can also be had when having an American dream. With the Increased hardblity of getting into colleges so does the tuition. “The tuition for North Carolina State University has increased by over 850% between the years 1977 and 2013 while minimum wage has only increased by approximately 215% during that same period of time.”This statement shows that the school boards have in fact made it more difficult for a student to go to their dream college or study their dream career. With the college tuitions going up the probably of people actually going and pursuing their dream went
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