Why Is America The Beautiful Essay

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America the Great. America the Beautiful. What if the United States wasn’t as prosperous of a country, the way many individuals view America today? What if the U.S. was categorized as a third world country and another nation became the new America? If that was the case wouldn’t individuals, living in America, want to move to a place where there are better opportunities for themselves and the future generations.

In today’s society individuals that are against granting amnesty to immigrants, who cross the border without proper documentation, so they can stay in the United States, legally, are ignorant and selfish. Those individuals do not realize the situation and lifestyle people lead in nations who aren’t as successful as the United States. …show more content…

and I have also seen the struggles individuals go through after deportation. On my way back to the U.S. from Mexico I encountered an individual who was asking for change so he could buy himself something to eat and gather enough money so he could go back to his family, who lived further south in Mexico, because he had just been deported from the United States. A person close to my family risked his visa so he could work here in America and receive a better wage than what he gets in Mexico. In Mexico, a person’s wage in a month is equivalent to an individual’s wage in a week in America. Many individuals take these risks because they want to provide a better lifestyle for their …show more content…

According to Dr. Raul Hinojosa-Ojeda concludes that an immigration reform that includes a legalization program for unauthorized immigrants and enables a future flow of legal workers would result in a large economic benefit- a cumulative $1.5 Trillion in added U.S. gross domestic product over 10 years. With newly legalized workers would mean increase tax revenues of $4.5 -$5.4 billion in the first three years. In addition, legalized workers open bank accounts, buy homes, and start businesses, which could further stimulate the United States

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