Have you ever thought about why illegal immigrants are crossing the border, or crossed the border? In this passage we will be talking about why, we think that America should open the border to illegal immigrants for these three reasons. They had an extremely poor living area where they were. They could barely feed their family, and they couldn’t get jobs for money. They must have a reason for coming here and they are probably tired of the conditions they were living in.
This change in rate of growth for exports in Great Britain was a cause for competition in Africa among the European countries with the resources Africa was providing such as copper, zinc, lead, and coal. Which were used for coins, metal alloys, electrical wiring, rust protection, and ammunition fuels. A lot in which Great Britain was lacking in. (Doc
They may not have a legal document that allows them to be in this country, but they find ways to pay for their taxes such as a Fake Social Security Numbers (SSN) or Individual Tax Identification numbers (ITIN) (Immigration and Taxation). Many undocumented immigrants are using false SSN because there are laws set such as Immigration Reform and Control Act, which forbids workers to work without an authorized document or an SSN. The only reason why they use False SSN is that there are laws that forbid them to work and contribute to the US economy. Consequently, this makes it harder for immigrants to not only get a job but it also restricts them from paying taxes. Some immigrants may also use ITINs, its purpose are only for tax filing only.
Homelessness In The United States Imagine not being at home, at school, or at work right now. Imagine being outside, not taking out the trash, not on the way to work, or not in a classroom learning. Being outside, living there. There are many ways the government is making it harder on the homeless such as criminalizing the homeless, stereotyping them and causing family breakdowns. Being homeless is dangerous because they have no shelter with protection, no sanitation or place to keep hygienes up, and no money to buy the things they need in order to make a way of living.
In the year 2030 the United States should colonize South America. South America is known for its vast land, plentiful crops, and different types of climates. America should colonize South America because it is the fourth largest continent and is plentiful in mining, oil, and fish. Colonization is when a group of people relocate to a new area to help the native people become more developed. In the 1800 's Europe colonized Africa because of its vast land, good location, and plentiful resources.
The current government is creating a situation where more families along with their children are experiencing homelessness. An individual may be considered homeless when they lack permanent housing and have to stay in shelters, abandoned buildings or vehicles, on the streets, or in other forms of unstable situations. Many homeless people start out with jobs and stable residences, but then social and economic factors intervene, causing a rapid change in their living situation causing them to leave, and live on the street. Even with the population of homeless keeps increasing, the government does not aid nor benefit the homeless because they only worsen the homeless problem by having laws that go against homelessness, not helping mentally ill homeless population, and having the lack of subsidized housing. Homelessness is a complex social issue with a variety of economic and social factors such as poverty, lack of affordable housing, physical and mental health, addictions, and community/family breakdowns.
There are three main fears identified as to why immigrants may not seek medical care. One fear is socio-economic status. Most immigrants are undocumented and have no legal documents to get a good paid job that offers them health insurance. This puts them in a financial constraints that they cannot afford to pay for medical treatments. Also, the fear of deportation prevents them from seeking medical attention.
Family relationships are torn apart, nobody associates with the outsiders they are. Surely they, being immigrants, asked themselves if coming to America was better than staying in their home countries. Undoubtedly the answer to their questions was no. How could a poor and lonely immigrant find his life in America better than where he was? Obviously coming to America was far from being “worth it”.
It seems that even when Americans are faced with the threat of homelessness they claim they cannot find any jobs, or rather, they refuse to do the dirty ones. Even though the jobs suggested are not ideal, they still need to be filled. According to Dwoskin 's article, 211,000 people are unemployed in the state of Alabama, not because there is no work available, but because they choose not to apply for the jobs available. Americans claim to have higher standards, regarding hourly wages and working conditions and would rather leave it to someone else. But because of certain laws that have been enacted in America, these immigrants are unable to fill these jobs.
Ha and refugees struggle because they have a hard time finding where they belong, and once they do things are different. For example “ a washing machine because no one here will scrub laundry in exchange for a bowl of rice” (Lai 125). Ha is not used to having a washing machine because back in Vietnam they washed clothes by hand for a bowl of rice and now it 's so different and easy. Ha also relates to other refugees because “ some refugees cannot return home nor can they stay in their country of asylum” (Gevert). A Lot of refugees cannot return home because it 's taken over by another country or its destroyed by war and they can 't stay in their refugee camp so they need to find a completely new home.