Immigration Reform Of The United States Essay

1350 Words May 11th, 2016 6 Pages
America, the home of the free, was founded upon the desperation and hard work of immigrants from foreign lands who escaped persecution for a better life. Today, these same desperate people are facing the same hardships as those that came before them. Illegal immigrants, 11 million of them, endure the threat of deportation on a daily basis (Sinclair). There is a presidential candidate who believes this threat can be subsided and a path to citizenship created. However, there is another candidate who believes all of these immigrants should be sent back home to a land that could not provide for them as well as the United States can. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are the two front runners for the 2016 presidential election, both Mrs.Clinton and Mr.Trump have made their immigration policies clear. Mr.Trump plans on building a wall and developing strict immigration regulations with deportation of all undocumented peoples ("Illegal Immigration"). Whereas, Mrs.Clinton plans to develop a pathway to citizenship for immigrants and to promote naturalization ("Immigration Reform"). Donald Trump, a well known business man, believes that one of the the best way to ‘Make America Great Again’ is to build a wall and to deport all illegal immigrans. Mr. Trump claims that he will force Mexico to pay for the wall by “impounding all remittance payments derived from illegal wages; increasing fees on all temporary visas issued to Mexican CEOs and diplomats, increasing fees on all border…

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