The Issue Of Immigration And The Ratification Of The Dream Act

1344 Words Sep 23rd, 2015 6 Pages
Escaping Injustice You are on a deserted island with no escape, you feel like no one is on your side, you want change to happen, but so far all your effort to make it happen has drained out of you, so do you run or do you face the problem? Our nation has had so many immigration problems lately that these problems are getting out of control like as if it were cancer spreading throughout your body. The issue of immigration had been postponed for many decades now until the DREAM Act was passed in 2012 by the U.S. government. It is quite interesting to me that alien students don’t have the right to pursue an education if it was not for the ratification of the DREAM Act. So how are immigrants supposed achieve an education? A lot of people have different views on the policies of immigration dealing with whether or not alien students should have the right to gain an education in America. Let’s explore this topic some more. Some people are not aware of the laws concerning immigration, so how would you go about explaining it to someone who has no clue about it? Immigration is both an easy and complex concept to understand and speak about. I would describe this topic to someone who never knew about it by describing what immigration is and by also describing the pros and cons that are associated with allowing alien students to have the opportunity of achieving an education. For example, immigration is the act of coming to a foreign country that you were not born in and staying…

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