Immigration Deported

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America originated by non-white people who’s establishment was in the lands of Florida.
Christopher Columbus and his counterparts took the lands and they claimed the discovery of The New World (Castillo 2006). As time lapse, the idea of driving people out of free land persists, perhaps because Americans do not want to change the national identity, even though America was founded by immigrants. Today, immigrants take on the jobs that most Americans would probably not consider in order to build a better future for their future generation. More specifical- ly, the Latino community have been the main target for deportation. As the news and television cover the presidential elections coming up, more and more people are desperate for voting to start.
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Upon further investigation, he states that “farming is often con- sidered a crown jewel of the U.S. economy.” This means that without any immigrants inputting laborious work to harvest the crops then that would negatively alter the U.S. economy. As the article indicates most immigrants see America as a way to better their social status for their fu- ture generations, also the fact that some immigrants might be entering with the hopes of seeking political refuge from their own native country. (Word Count 166)
Furthermore, within the fifteen year time frame, one could see how immigration affects the economy in an agricultural aspect. For example, both Devadoss and Luckstead continue on the agricultural and economical aspect of immigration and state how “immigrants played a cru- cial role in the development and competitiveness of the U.S. agricultural production.” This un- doubtedly demonstrates how crucial agriculture is to the United States economy. Also, they make the argument stating that “as border and domestic enforcements intensified, entry of the undoc- umented immigrants into the U.S. farm labor was thwarted, which led to an acute labor scarcity” which caused “heavy losses” (Devadoss and Luckstead 2011). This shows that without the con- tribution that hard working immigrants make there would be a detrimental effect when it came to the U.S. agricultural procession and thus also the U.S. economy. To continue with the discussion,
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To continue, he also states that “first-generation immigrants tend to be less violent than those born in America.” His research refutes the common stereotypes that immigrants are criminals. Furthermore, his study demon- strates how areas with a high concentration of immigrants does not necessarily indicate higher levels of crime. In relation to the Hispanic community, “it is widely recognized that most immi- grants, Mexicans in particular, selectively migrate to the United States based on characteristics that predispose them to low crime, such as motivation to work and ambition” (Sampson 2015) . Sampson continues to state that “the rise in immigration has had net positive effects on a wide swath of urban social life.” (Word Count

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