Immigration Reform In The United States

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Immigration Reform An immigration reform is widely used to describe proposals to maintain or to increase legal immigration for people who are not citizens of the United States and decreasing illegal immigration. It is supposed to give amnesty to aliens who had been living in a foreign country for years. Illegal immigration has been a controversial issue nationwide for centuries having major effects on the people, country, economy, and safety of the nation. The United States must remain true to its values and resist the politics of fear that undermine its economic competitiveness, and be open to the possibilities of legalizing immigrants that could be profitable for the United States. Authors Carter, Siegel, and llona state the following "We …show more content…
Immigration Made Easy”). Millions of undocumented immigrants live in the shadows of American society, therefore the best solution is an immigration reform, a path to citizenship because it not only going to asset the immigrants, ease racial tension, and prove the opponent wrong. An immigration reform has always been a formidable engine of economic growth for the United States. Many immigrants are willing to work paying jobs to sustain their families. In the short story “Congressional Digest” the author states why immigrants tend to take jobs that Americans will not take. “Why do immigrants accept conditions that other workers reject? Some are impelled by desperate circumstances in their countries of origin” (“Immigration Reform”). Immigration reform is a time subject, necessary step that will benefit not only immigrants, but also the United States’ families, workers, economy, and security. The people who came to America seeking the opportunity to work and pursue better opportunities, or those brought to the United States at a young age are to pursue those opportunities without fearing deportation and judgment of any kind by citizens they are more likely to contribute to society, and to pay taxes. The reform will protect workers from unfair competition or by ignoring labor rights. The economy would grow …show more content…
In the online short story “Congressional Digest” it described how Donald Trump is becoming a voice to those who already share the same opinions, “They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists,” (“Immigration Reform”). He is affronting against the Latino community, not keeping in mind that the Hispanic population is not the only ethnicity that would be affected by his unfavorable comments. However if an immigration reform arose, not only would it benefit foreigners but the whole Nation as well, from riots against other ethnicities such as African Americans, Europeans, and Latinos. Trump and the people he constitute are not acknowledging that if the United States deports every immigrant living in the country the United States population would decrease by about 13 percent since the estimated statistics of undocumented people from the country is about 41.3 million out of 316.1 million causing the government billions of dollars in just

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