Deportation Of Immigrants

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Stop Deportation of Illegal Immigrants In a small home, a Hispanic family lives, loves, and cares for each other. One day the father gets pulled over for failing to use his blinker. As the officer approaches the car, the man realizes what will happen to him. He will be deported because he is an illegal immigrant, and he will be separated from his family. He feels terrible knowing that he will not be with his family to support them. Deportation is the act and process of formally removing foreign nationals from a country and returning them to their country of origin. The definition of illegal is contrary to a forbidden law, and the definition of immigrant is a person who comes to live permanently in a foreign country. Innocent illegal immigrants …show more content…
They do not want problems as many assume that immigrants come for. The U.S. is safer in every ways that is why the immigrants migrate here especially from mexico, there is a lot of crime there which makes it unsafe for everyone. There is also a lot of poverty. It is easier for someone to get sick in Mexico and not much health care is provided. Employers of illegals should be forced to pay for their return passage. (Squire). They waste a lot of money on sending immigrants back each day. Immigrants are being detained. According to American Civil Liberties Union, our immigration detention system locks up hundreds of thousands of immigrants unnecessarily every year, exposing detainees to brutal and inhumane conditions. They suffer the mistreatment from the police. Most Immigration officers mistreat the illegal immigrants. It is very unnecessary, it is also not fair for any police officials to mistreat anyone. But they most likely take advantage of those who are afraid to speak up. Immigrants in the detention system can not contribute to society. They are basically separated from everyone else, they do not work, they are just punished for coming to the U.S. illegally even though they come here to work. They only get to meet people that are detained with them and get ready to be sent back to the country of origin. According to Huffpost Politics,Obama has overseen the removal of more than 2.4 …show more content…
Most of the children that are deported are very young, even babies get deported along with parents despite the struggle they made to get here just to follow their hopes and dreams, And in an instant it can be all taken away. “5,100 Kids in Foster Care After Parents Deported”.(Gavett). Children have to go through the struggle to get to the U.S. they have to fight hunger, heat, and they do not get much sleep. None of that matters when they are being deported. The government does not understand how most illegal immigrants feel to be deported in a blink of an eye. According to Washington Post “The adults and children would be detained wherever they can be found and immediately deported. Some of the children are old enough to understand so they could form misconceptions about police. It could really hurt the children in the future. They could also feel unsafe to call police in an occasion when police is needed. A lot of them are afraid already because they do not want to be deported. Most do not want to lose a close loved one. Many illegal immigrants are afraid of immigration due to the fact that they could do absolutely nothing wrong and still be deported. “We have seen it case after case how immigrants nationwide are afraid of contacting law enforcement.” (Sanchez-Moreno). Children are not receiving the education they need while they are locked up. They are getting behind in school when they could be getting a free

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