The Pros And Cons Of Undocumented Immigrants

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Immigrants can enter the US either in a legal or illegal manner. Employees who immigrated to the US legally are often referred to as document workers. Illegal immigrants who work are known as undocumented workers. Some of the difference between these two types of workers is the number of job options, and unstable job. Due to their citizenship status, documented workers have the ability to apply to more jobs compared to undocumented workers. The lack of citizenship restricts undocumented immigrant from applying to certain jobs. “Juanita 's mother worked at the local chicken processing plant, but rumor abounded that the plant would close any day” (0). Undocumented immigrants are often employed in job that are not stable. On the other hand, undocumented and documented workers are both immigrants. They both have to compete will natural born citizens for jobs. Moreover, most natural born citizens are better informed about …show more content…
Unfortunately, there are countless negative stigma attach to Mental health. Due to the this many people affect by mental health issues refrain from getting help. "The stigma associated with receiving mental health care is one barriers, with public sentiment of being "crazy" hindering efforts to seek professional help" (). This can be problematic, people who decide to enroll in mental health program are ridiculed and seen as insane. “Stigma surrounding mental illness, and lack of knowledge regarding mental health disorders and treatments, also may play a role in lower utilization of mental health services” (Kramer, J Elizabeth & et al. p10). To combat the negative stigma attached to mental health, it is important to educate the public about it. They need to be taught that having mental health issues does not always equal to being insane. They should also be informed that mental health programs are available to help people become more

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