The Pros And Cons Of Immigration

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Immigration is what founded this great nation of ours. To deny immigration is to deny one 's own self. Many people of the past and present have been opposed to immigration but some Americans do not seem to look at the progress immigrants have done and are doing for our country which should be recognized. For example we have our Democrat and Republican parties. Democrats along with organizations such as the Fair Immigration Reform Movement which are led by a group of 44 organizations from across 32 states around the country committed to immigrant rights, which are of course more lenient on immigration; they believe it is in our best interest to make immigrants citizens through a strict process. Meanwhile many Republicans believe that immigrants …show more content…
In the Fair Immigration Reform Movement website shows stories that not only touch immigrants, but everyone that supports the movement. Such as a story from Felipe Montes which was deported back to Mexico and his three sons were taken away by North Carolina’s foster care system and in fact he hasn 't met his youngest child which is heartbreaking because when one puts themselves into the immigrants shoes it 's pretty difficult to go throughout the day. Having the fear of possibly being stopped and deported back to where they came from is such a battle to face everyday. There are also some people that are extremely racist and look at immigrants as if they are some sort of dogs or something unseen which of course they call them “illegal aliens”. And in the other website American Immigration Control Foundation it shows comments that people had to say which were “how can the president justify allowing these illegal immigrants to work in the United States when millions of American remain unemployed or who have stopped looking for work?” Kent said. “Obama has put partisan politics and illegal immigrants ahead of the rule of law and the American people.” Also another person said “The president’s arbitrary order violates the U.S. Constitution by usurping the congressional authority of the Congress to either grant, or not grant, amnesty to those who are in violation of our nation’s laws,” AIC national spokesman Phil Kent said. “This type of policy will act as a magnet that will further foster illegal immigration, especially the smuggling in of children. The next demand from the open borders lobby, now that these people have legal status, will be demands to give them citizenship and voting rights.”. Showing that they are firm on what they believe, they believe Obama did many acts that violated the U.S.

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