President Barack Obama's Immigration Reform

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Now, President Barack Obama has proposed an immigration reform to deal with the situation. His reform focuses on the following: border security and amnesty for undocumented immigrants. His main concern is the deportation of parents who have done nothing but work to provide for their families. He wants to stop the separation of families and splitting parents from their young children. His reform focuses on only deporting felons, and not families: The President’s actions focus on the deportation of people who threaten national security and public safety. He has directed immigration enforcement to place anyone suspected of terrorism, violent criminals, and gang members at the top of the deportation priority list. His reform also will provide …show more content…
They believe that undocumented immigrants have a right to health benefits that citizens receive, such as welfare, social security, and Medicaid, regardless of legal status. However, Libertarians oppose the use of government services by illegal immigrants. They regularly invoke illegal immigrants as prime examples of free-loaders who are just using free service. They take little concern with the concept of immigrants taking American jobs and it being a threat. Instead, their major concern is the illegitimate and costly use of government funds and services by illegal immigrants. They base their moral condemnation on the fact that the people crossing into the United States are "lawbreakers" who crossed the border without permission and thus are using American resources …show more content…
These immigrants are willing to leave their homes and leave their families and risk everything to come to America. Some of them do not actually make it to the United States and die in the process. No one really knows the suffers and obstacles they 've had to endure to get where they are now. But all those sacrifices go to waste when they are deported. Many of these immigrants are hard working people who want a better life, not for themselves but for their kids. Is it right to say that countries only send their worst people to the United States? Definitely not, because it is not fair for a group of people to be classified based on the actions that a minority of people take. In society, there will always be good people and bad people and that does not make an assumption for the United States. The so-called "Americans" are not 100 percent crime free, they do have people among themselves that commit a horrible crime. In the end, it is easy to assume things when one has not lived or gone through

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