Sociology Of Immigrants

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Immigration is the movement of people into a destination country which they are not natives in or where they do not obtain citizenship in order to settle there, especially as permanent residents. Many immigrants are motivated to leave their current country of citizenship, for many reasons, seeking for a greater economic opportunity, religious freedom, or a better style of living. It has been going back as far as the colonial era in the 19th century, it is now 2016 and there is still immigration that is happening. Throughout immigration continuing there has been many struggles and different ways that people have been trying to come to an agreement. The Pilgrims came here in the early 1600’s seeking for religious freedoms. Another part of …show more content…
Education is something that is fundamental in anyone 's future, whether it is graduating from highschool to just getting an associates or getting a bachelors it should not matter. But, immigrants that come here illegally have no possibility of getting into college and getting a desired education. “Parents might not enroll their children in school. to get an education, for fear that this could get them arrested or deported.” (PBS) . Before allowing them to do anything the government should look into the person 's background , and see the reasons of why they came here, and what they have done so far to better their journey here as an illegal immigrant to be able to get an educational visa with considerable steps. Once being allowed to get an visa in the United States it will enable them to become someone. Creating placement test will allow to see if they can reach a certain score in a criteria. This test will prove if the person has the fundamentals that they would need in any career the basics arithmetic math, and as for the grammar portion being able to read and write offcourse. Once this has been completed, they should be able to apply to community college and take basic classes to get caught on with everyone else. When they have figured out what they would like to study they should take primary classes in the career choice, so that they get a feel for what they …show more content…
It will reduce several problems that we have today. These solutions will create the country of “freedom” as everyone knows the Unites States to be. It will have less fearless people and more outgoing, the fear of not being able to become someone in life will make people have more confidence knowing that there will be less discrimination. As asked in an interview “Do you think that kids play a big role in immigration, and struggle through their life? why/why not?” the response was “yes, because they are so limited to specific factors when growing up and trying to move on with college,getting a job won’t be easy for them without papers, having any insurance of knowing that they can accomplish the same as others.Growing up with immigration is much more difficult for them because many of their dreams won’t be accomplished only because they do not have papers and no education” (Kristell Rodriguez student at Hillsborough High School). Fixing the way people can get an education will not only affect kids in the future but it will also affect young adults now because they will proud of what they can accomplish and the future goals and careers they are able to get. Giving them the skills that they need will allow them to become a successful adult in the United states without having any restrictions. Making college degrees from overseas count so an illegal

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