Solutions To Illegal Immigration

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Whether it is right or wrong that illegal immigrants cross the border to America illegally, I cannot stop wondering if I would take the risks that these families take, to give my child a better life. In my belief, a parent would sacrifice and do whatever they need to do just to make sure our families are safe. I look at the fact of these families not being illegal immigrants but human beings that need help. America is supposed to be considered the Melting Pot of the world. Which in my eyes means different cultures, race and beliefs living and coming together. I think about if these people are willing to take unimaginable and horrifying risks, just to get a chance for a better life for themselves and their families, then there has to be a very …show more content…
Furthermore, the way I feel about undocumented citizens coming here to America and we should try to find a way to help them leads America having issues on if we should or shouldn’t. This issues has led many Americans to divide. According to ProCon: What are the Solutions to Illegal Immigration in America? As of 2012 there is over 11 million illegal immigrants here in the United States. One of the issues that they state is the Americans are divided by different views of people crossing the border illegally. For instance one view they state is that “illegal immigration benefits the US economy through additional tax revenue, expansion of the low cost-labor pool, and increased money circulation.” However, others oppose it by saying “[o]pponets of illegal immigration say that people who break the law by crossing the US border without proper documentation or by overstaying their visas should be deported and not rewarded with a path to citizenship and access to social services. They argue that people in the country illegally are criminals and social and economic burdens to law-abiding tax-paying …show more content…
I have a family, friends, house, food, education, faith and so much more. Then I think of how most illegal immigrants would not take all that I have for granted. Therefore, they may show more appreciation for everything more. I understand it is a huge issue for most, but there has to be some kind of answer to make all happy and safe. In fact, what I believe to be true is that currently one of the biggest topics that is being discussed in the Presidential Debates. For instance, the Dream Act is brought into discussions quite often. This act is not a law, but many states use this, but with of course added versions. The Dream Act is a federal bill that says that undocumented aliens who were brought here in the US when they were children, can stay here and offered a chance to citizenship. Then there are two actions that President Obama signed, DACA and DAPA, in which it offers safety and protection to illegal immigrants against deportation. DACA covers and protects illegal immigrants who come over to the US before they are sixteen years old. Whereas, DAPA is for the illegal parents who have children in the US and are citizens. Which America Society/ Council of the Americas (AS/COA) states “twenty-six states have challenged the ruling and the Supreme Court is scheduled to release its decision on the matter in June

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