Also, do people really think this will keep all the illegal immigrants out? It will not. Yes, it would narrow the number of illegal immigrants in the U.S. , but there would still be many still here. What about the ones here in the United States already? Although, Trump may have other plans we do not know about building this wall.
I could never imagine going through this myself why should anyone have to? George Washington once said “ I had always hoped this land might become safe and agreeable asylum to the virtuous and persecuted part of mankind, to whatever nation they might belong.” That should be happening, illegal immigrants should feel safe instead of fearful. I can see how people may think that they are some type of harm because they act like a criminal by hiding. That however is it valid as they hide because of fear, fear they might not get back home to see their children, fear they might fail trying to help their families. Immigrants are no criminals, and if they have no criminal past they should get some of that fear relieved by knowing they will not be deported, not
8 Immigration Mistakes People Didn’t Know They were Making Many make mistakes while trying to navigate immigration issues. Here are some common mistakes people make while applying for immigration benefits but are not aware of. • Applying for an immigration benefit for which they are not eligible. • Applying for something just because their friends or relatives were successful. They don’t realize that they don’t meet the requirements for the immigration benefit or they simply assume that they are eligible just because their friends were eligible.
Yes, illegal immigrants should be allowed the rights that a citizen has. However, I believe they should only get them if they go through the naturalization process. On the other hand, illegal immigrants today are not able to go through the naturalization process, and that is one reason why I believe that the immigrants should be able to have the same respects, rights, and responsibilities of any other Citizen or legal immigrant. Another reason why illegal immigrants should have U.S citizen rights is the immigrants come to America for different reasons. For example, maybe they were not making enough money to feed their family, or they didn’t have clean water to drink or wash. Would you want to come to a place everyone tells you is better, has
Proponents of issuing driver’s licenses to illegal aliens have argued that it would improve national security and road safety. The security argument is spurious, because illegal aliens often use aliases and phony documents, so the alien’s identity and residence is not established as a result of the driver’s license process...” The argument about road safety relies on a faulty assumption that if illegal aliens are legally licensed to drive, they will all have accident insurance. But even if a state requires automobile insurance as a condition of getting a license, that does not keep an illegal alien from cancelling the policy the next day. Illegal aliens generally are working in low-wage jobs and have difficulty affording insurance, and their cars are frequently older and more accident-prone. Additionally, illegal aliens often are not able to read road alerts in English.
Other may argued that the undocumented immigrant do not have sufficient access to the social service, it is actually true that the illegal aliens have taking away the federal fund that was supposed to subsidize the local resident. When the fellow local resident struggle to pay for the health care service and desperately looking for help, why is it acceptable to compel the taxpayer to pay for the undocumented
Jason L. Riley is an American journalist, who works as a member of the editorial board of the The Wall Street Journal editorial board. Some of this work includes “Mistrusting Obama on ISIS—and Refugees”, “Liberals Don’t Want a Discussion About Race”, “The False Income-Inequality Narrative”, and a lot more articles. In “The Mythical Connection Between Immigrants and Crime”, Riley discusses how it is not true that immigrant are not criminals. He argues that” that immigrants—regardless of nationality or legal status—are less likely than the native population to commit violent crimes or to be incarcerated”. I will use this article to argue against the claims that some people make against undocumented immigrants, on how every undocumented immigrant
illegally seem have the same rights as those who obey the law and enter legally compared to the people who are actually doing it legally and going through the entire process of immigration. It doesn 't seem fair that illegal immigrants are coming to the U.S and stealing jobs from the average American. As a conservative I believe that our borders should be more closely monitored and the immigrants that are here illegally now should not be allowed in America until they become an immigrant legally. I support this stance because in my opinion, it doesn 't seem fair that jobs are being stolen from legal citizens. Also it has been shown that a large portion of drugs that are smuggled from Mexico to the U.S or the U.S to Mexico, are carried by illegal immigrants.
Just because they stop being racist, that doesn’t mean they know what action they’re taking. Overall, in my opinion, I still think, we are not living in a post- racial society. In addition to, in our time we don’t live in a ‘post- racial’ society because of one main problem that occur in the candidates during the electoral period. One republican candidate named Donald Trump, was being racist towards immigrants in particularly to Mexicans. During his presidential announcement, he spoke how the U. S. is a dumping trash, where any other countries can drop it, in our country to solve.
Just because someone is Muslim doesn’t mean that you have to him or her as terrorists. You cannot stigmatize a whole group or race just because parts of them have done frivolous acts that don’t have any purpose. Trump supports the construction of a multi million dollar, several thousand-mile border wall, because he feels that US borders have not been respected and protected properly. Fair enough, who doesn’t want to protect their borders from narco-bandits? But then to try to deport millions who have settled in America, whether it may be that they have lived there for years or for months, is completely wrong.