Immigrants In Sonia Nazario´s Enrique's Journey

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There are several things about immigration in the United States that I learned from CORE 102. One of which includes the fact that immigration is a sensitive subject which cannot effectively be solved from one day to the next. Second, involves around the adverse journey that people from Central American have to endure in order to make their way into a great country filled with opportunity. In Sonia Nazario’s “Enrique’s Journey”, Nazario recounts the tragedious journey that Enrique had to undergo. What I was not aware of is, the discrimination Central Americans are subjected to in Mexico. I was also ignorant about the number of children who embark in the journey alone, in search for their parents. According to Sonia Nazario(2014), “an estimated …show more content…
I also think the United States should prioritize the deportation of criminals. They, should not be utilizing tax money to house criminals. That money could be better utilized elsewhere. I also believe that there should be a path to citizenship for children of illegal immigrants who were brought to the United States at a young age. Regarding the topic of refugees, I support the idea that they should be allowed into the country, however people might oppose this view because they are afraid of terrorism. Which is a valid point to have. We could maybe solve this by monitoring refugees. Perhaps, implement a system where the united states would create immigration appointments every year, or six months and interviewing refugees. I mean, this is the best that I could come up with, to relieve the fear of terrorism, could this be seen as invasion of rights? It is all too …show more content…
Well, having to do math everyday has not been difficult to achieve, mainly because I enjoy math and solving problems. I presume this to be the reason that I choose this SMART goal. Because I knew it was not going to be difficult to achieve since math is my favorite subject. Although I knew it wasn 't going to be complicated, it doesn 't mean that doing my math homework on the day it was assigned was impractical. Since math was over with, I had more time to work on other assignments that I had. The habit loop I implemented consisted of working on math right after my classes ended. I would venture on to a secluded place and work on my math assignment. This was I was removed from distractions and could concentrate. Obstacles were not really present. The only preeminent distraction was my phone. However, I used it effectively, I presume, because I listen to music while working on my homework. Music is more like a tool, than a distraction. For next term, I think my SMART goal should be the same as it is now. I am a Computer Science Major, and since more math classes await, I think this SMART goal approach has been helpful, I think I will stick to

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