The nation should be concerned about how to treat illegal immigrants. The way the United States treats an illegal immigrant within its borders is important because immigrants are also people living in America. However some people want to deport all the illegal immigrants. Giving illegal immigrants such privileges as a driver’s license or welfare does not appeal to the law-abiding citizens. The immigrants are viewed as criminals.
American children’s educations are being sacrificed for the education of the offspring of illegal immigrants. Once again, illegal immigrants enjoy a ‘free ride’ as their kids grow up as Americans. Due to the cheapness of employing illegal immigrants for labor, many middle and low-class Americans may lose their jobs. Americans would be losing their jobs to uneducated illegal immigrants who have no knowledge of wage regulations and working conditions. This would lead to a higher rate of unemployment, decrease in provision of public services, increase in the consumption of controlled substances and overall a less educated work force.
However , there are many controversies going on whether the former criminals to should have the right to vote again. Should they get the right to vote again? No, they should not because ex-cons have shown irresponsibility and dishonesty, they have violated the the rights of others, and they do not value society. According to, Voting Rights: 6 reasons Ex felons should not vote by Jerry Shaw, “Ex prisoners prisoners have demonstrated dishonesty and irresponsibility in their character by committing a crime, especially a serious crime and
This change was almost immediate after the 9/11 attack. The attack was not necessarily viewed as a failure in immigration laws or the procedures in airlines, but it had to be dealt with as if they had to fix what needed to be fixed because the United States wanted to decline the chances of anything similar occurring again (Krikorian 567). This being a rapid change it had created poor assumptions and horrible racial profiling, and this was due to poor training and huge amount of fear that was deposited into the nation. Many have encountered this negativity on the sidewalk, in airports, and any public location that is highly protective and somewhat paranoid of people that appear to be Middle Eastern, Arab, or Muslim. Majority of the time these people being interrogated, questioned, or insulted are regular people, people with professions or simply people that mean no harm to anyone.
Maybe it is because there are many risks involved with it. Some people worry that some jobs will not have enough people to work them. However, illegal immigrants should be deported for entering the country illegally, because the government can not afford their costs, this encourages more illegal immigrants to come, and this causes more poverty. First of all, the
The implications of this would be that jobs in the country would significantly overdriven by Americans who may be searching for jobs but unable to get one due to jobs held by illegal immigrants. This issue is without a doubt completely over race, Trump claims that Mexicans are stealing jobs Americans could have. Although he is correct, he is choosing a very extreme stance and that is why he is receiving ridicule. This problem has really divided the parties, most democrats are not in favor of the wall and believe that it would just be a huge financial inconvenience that we should not bestow upon ourselves or another
Hernan Rojas Rodriguez Civics 4th Immigration In the past, immigration has always been one of the biggest topics, in some cases many people say that those who enter the country illegally are only bad people, but what they don 't know is that in the past there have been some who have made a major change in America. But there are still some who think differently and want the laws to be more effective, even if they don 't actually know what they. In the past there was a son of an immigrant named Cesar Chavez, a great leader who worked most of his life till his deaf to help immigrants have fair paying and having fair jobs to help them lead a better life. There are those who may not know history, like for instance a man named Donald Trump who
Undocumented immigrants should get a path to citizenship because it is too expensive to deport all of the undocumented residents. And it makes people live in fear. And also family will be torn apart. But I don’t know why did I choose these, well I don’t know why that is why I am writing this. But also I am writing his because there is evidence why I am writing if undocumented immigrants should get a ‘’path to citizenship’’.
Nonetheless, targeting and unfairly treating a certain group of people because some of the suspected terrorists were coincidentally of the same ethnicity, race or religion is taking it to the extreme and is an indisputable act of discrimination. More investigation does need to be directed by experimenting the effectiveness of ethnic profiling on a large scale and recording the results of it because most studies conducted previously are outdated. In such studies, the actions and behaviors of people need to be monitored closely instead of the profiling method. To help solve the terrorist issue, security measures need to be
And the reason they should be accepted into America with citizenship is because there are three factors such as that these undocumented residents can be very useful citizens that can learn various useful skills and ideas. Then, the other two, if undocumented residents were still illegal, we would rip apart families with can lead to emotional problems and even death, and that if we to export all the 11 million undocumented immigrants would have to be exported out of America and our government would have to suffer from expending resources and it can be very expensive for our government. So, this can really damage America and also there are so many other reasons that America can be ruined and other reason that why undocumented residents should be able to enter America and achieve citizenship. Therefore, undocumented immigrants should be able to achieve the pathway to
It is no doubt that some Americans have a blind spot of illegal immigrants and immigration, which causes fear. However, what exactly are we afraid of? Americans may fear illegal immigrants because they fear the threatening of a traditional American society. The United States of America is a
Many people believe that immigrants have a role in America in the workplace. But I do not believe that this is true because immigrants are divers and do not have the same dreams as every other immigrant. There are too much negativity that is surrounding and immigrant family to have a normal life that will not be affected by racism or any other form of negativity. All of the negativity can cause terrible outcomes such as bullying and discrimination to an immigrant family. Many people think that we should fear who comes to our country and have more rules to let less in.
They are not treated neutrally, because immigrants are forced to leave America, unsound searches from police, and the violence used to handle many of these immigrants living in our country. Despite the fact that there are many illegal immigrants in our country, we should be mainly concerned of why they are here. Many immigrants come to the US for a better life. They are determined to live modestly upon all the other Americans out there. However, many people respond negatively towards immigrants.
They fear that their presence will affect the economy negatively, when in reality the economy benefits from the immigrants. According to scholar Cari Lee Skogberg Eastman, who studies border and immigration issues, “Research shows that immigration helps create jobs … and that immigrant labor is particularly necessary for STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) …” (37). The presence of immigrants functions as one of the elements that make up our economy because they take the jobs other people with higher education will not. Not everyone is willing to work under the sun, picking up the crops of the food we all eat; therefore, we need to appreciate those hardworking immigrants more. It is unethical that undocumented immigrants are treated like they are worthless.
In the 1980s, despite legislation enacted for quotas on immigration, Latinos continued to pour into the U.S because of and political downfalls in their countries of origin, and because of cheap labor wanted in the U.S. This influx of immigrants gave way to more efficient border patrols, making the cost of crossing greater. Due to the increase in deportations, Latino voters base their votes on how candidates view the issue. It is something they band together on to make their voice and opinion known, and to speak for those who do not have a legal voice in the country. However, when people become aware of the statistics of deportation during Obama’s administration, it