The Importance Of The Dream Kids Act

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Franklin Delano Roosevelt stated, “Freedom means the supremacy of human rights everywhere. Our support goes to those who struggle to gain those right or keep them. Our strength is our unity of purpose. To that high concept there can be no end save victory.” Millions of undocumented American children that desperately need the chance to become citizens of the United States of America. Over eleven million undocumented Americans are living in the United States today. Two million are children that came to the United States under the age of ten years old. It is a travesty to punish these children for the actions of their parents. With the right support for the Dream Kids Act, Americans can change legislation and give these children the opportunity …show more content…
To be considered for citizenship, undocumented children must complete five hundred hours of community service. Starting in grade School these undocumented children will be required to participate in community outreach programs. Programs like City Year and Year Up reach out to at risk children and provide a constructive environment to improve our community. Using these programs will provide a valuable opportunity for these undocumented children to serve their community. This process also allows members of the community to get to know these children. Americans must realize these are children and treat them as such. If we as American citizens want to be free from the burden of paying millions in taxes every year, we must put this legalization into …show more content…
Americans believe in education and these Undocumented children deserve the chance for a college education. Luisa Martinez is a nineteen-year-old valedictorian from McKinney Boyd high school and was top of her class all four years. She is one of millions of undocumented children that came to the United States as children. The Dream Kids Act could change Luisa Martinez’s life for the better. After completion of their two-year degree, we will grant them citizenship. Unfortunately, we will always need an armed force. Nothing describes an American better than to serve in the armed forces. The two-year commitment to the armed forces is an option to those wishing to opt out of two years of college and gain citizenship. They will sign a contract with the military branch of their choosing and upon completion will be granted

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