Essay On Illegal Immigration

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Illegal immigrants have the decreased rights comparing to the documented immigrants or citizens of the country. Illegal immigrants are not registered in any systems and are not offered to any medical insurance, the appropriate medical services, developed education, monetary support, and retirement programs. This kind of the immigrants prefers to stay in the shadow for the prevention their deportation that may take place in the circumstances of the legislation of their being on the territory of the foreign country. Nevertheless, the legislation enables the education of the youth of the illegal immigrants in the United States of America. However, the legal immigrants and citizens of the U.S. are not interested in the providing education to those …show more content…
49% of the illegal immigrants are Mexicans and the most of the undocumented immigrants (60%) stay in California, Texas, Florida, New York, New Jersey, and Illinois (Krogstad et al). The United States of America are a leading place for coming to for the economic immigration. As the result, the immigrant makes together more than 5% of all labor force in the United States. At the same time, there are leading districts for the illegal immigrants: Nevada’s works force makes up 10% of all immigrants, California and Texas host 9% each, and it is 8% for New Jersey (Krogstad et al). Therefore, the youth at the age …show more content…
The federal law enables the equal rights of the children of the illegal immigrants with the free public compulsory education. “In 1982, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Plyler v. Doe,…” is the regulation on the equality of the rights of the illegal immigrants’ children in the United States. Therefore, the origin and the background of any students or applicant to the public school in the United States cannot be the reason to deny the student: the immigration status of the children and their parents do not prevent the ability to get the compulsory education in the private schools. However, the future education application of the children of the undocumented illegal immigrants to the colleges for getting scholarships is not possible. Therefore, the compulsory education on the rather low level stays the only educational degree that is available to the youth of the illegal immigrants. On the one hand, there is the protection of the children’s rights for the equal opportunities to get the compulsory education without taking into account the status of the children’s parents and additional documentation. On the other hand, the provided education opportunities do not exceed the compulsory knowledge for the people: write, read, and count. Even having some high marks,

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