Immigration Policies Should Be Changed After The United States

1632 Words May 6th, 2015 7 Pages
This Nation consists of a melting pot of race and culture primarily due to immigration. Many individuals perceive immigration with a negative connotation. However, the problems do not reside with the people who persist on trying to come in to America but the process of doing so. The policies to obtain a visa should be changed because the process last too long. Trying to receive U.S. citizenship holds in a matter of who gets lucky. The immigration policies need to be changed due to very strict policies for becoming a citizen in the United States, and many parents come illegally with children causing fear of deportation and other complications for the children of those immigrant. The implications in the polices consist of families who are kept apart from each other, children of immigrants either born or not born in the united states inhabits a harder time to succeed then the average American, and the work force remains unjust for immigrants.
The contending side of immigration policies should remain the same or America should close its boarders off completely. Many individuals believe that the immigration policies should stay the same due to terrorist attacks. For instance, “The attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City and the Pentagon in Washington, D.C., on September 11, 2001, resulted in sweeping changes in the law, changes aimed at combating international and domestic terrorism but with significant implications for immigration policy directed at the illegal…

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