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  • Should Illegal Immigrants Be Illegal

    mexican descent, in the year 1986 many immigration laws were passed to slow the amount of illegal aliens crossing our borders (1986 AMNESTY...). These laws may have slowed it down for a while but now the illegal immigrant count rises every day which leaves the question how should we handle it.…

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  • Overcoming Obstacles In Achieving The American Dream

    Do you know all of the challenges that a person have to pass to achieve their American Dream? It is not that easy like we think it is. The american dream is the goal that you have when you arrive to this country. It may be to study, have a better life, help your family, or just get money to satisfy your life. Or it may be to get a house, get a car, get clothes or things like that. Maybe you already achieve it but you may know some people that are trying to achieve it. To achieve your american…

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  • The Immigration Debate Summary

    Immigration is the action of coming to live permanently in a foreign country. Immigration has been going on for many centuries. The topic has caused great controversies and many have fought for a right to be part of this country in which they do so illegally by being present. America offers great opportunities for many individuals that seek them. Any person should be allowed to into America despite their ethnicity, race, religion, gender, and color of their skin. Immigrants should have an…

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  • How To Write An Essay On Enrique's Journey

    Throughout Enrique’s Journey, Sonia Nazario employs the use of many different stories from people who have played a part in Enrique’s journey to the United States, or in the migrant journey as a whole. Many stories or backgrounds derive from people making the journey themselves, or some who may have helped the migrants in small of big ways. However, Nazario chooses to incorporate the backstories of people along the way, who may not be as eager, or be wary about the migrants and their situation,…

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  • We Get The Job Done Allusion

    This past election has aroused vehement animosity towards and vilification of immigrants. K’naan, Snow Tha Product, Riz MC, and Residente’s song “Immigrants (We Get The Job Done)” uses allusion and a candidly aggressive tone to expose the xenophobic misconception of immigrants in America. North America has been inhabited by immigrants from the time of its “founding” during colonial times, but in recent years the word “‘immigrant’ has somehow become a bad word” (5&6) in light of the demonisation…

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  • Arguments Against Undocumented Immigrants

    Undocumented Immigrants There are 11.1 million illegal immigrants in the US. I think they should have a path to citizenship in the US as long as they have a background check so we know who is coming into our country. If we don’t know who is coming into the US it is very dangerous. But at the same time there are families who want to come into our country for a better life. We can let them in as long as we know who they are. With ISIS becoming so strong, it is dangerous to have them be able to…

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  • The Role Of Immigration In The Early 20th Century

    Headed to the ¨Promised Land¨ In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, it was most European and other foreign countries dream to go to the ¨promised land¨. They heard stories of the life they could have, and they wanted it. This idea became known as the ¨American Dream¨. People would leave everything behind to make the trip to America, hoping for a new beginning. Their expectations of America soon became clouded with the reality of what they were actually facing. Back home, immigrants had…

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  • Reforming Immigration For Good Analysis

    I am writing in response to a request from The Shorthorn’s editor stating the opinions of publishing or not publishing Mae M. Ngai’s “Reforming Immigration for Good.” The author claims the government 's approach to protocols regarding control of present immigration are failed ideas. She inflicts emotion to the reader on why illegal immigration will not stop, by stressing the need to give more opportunities and to be “flexible and fair.” I consider the topic at hand appealing to the demographic…

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  • Ethical Issues In Home Depot

    In the New York Times article "Front Line in Day Laborer Battle Runs Right Outside Home Depot", Steven Greenhouse discusses problems facing Home Depot and day laborers. Home Depot is a large home improvement retailer that offers goods to contractors and homeowners with in-store assistance from trained and licensed staff. The current problem plaguing Home Depot involves its stakeholders which are contractors, customers, communities, day laborers, and the company 's corporate social responsibility…

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  • Argument Analysis: DACA Immigrants In The United States

    Argument analysis After jeff’s sessions speech about rescinding DACA and his words about how DACA “Denied jobs to hundreds of thousands of Americans”, DACA became a trending, hot, and divisive topic that social media and people talk about. In this argument, I will analyze two of the op-eds written about DACA and how it affected the current situation of immigrants in the united states. The first op-ed is “NO, DACA immigrants aren’t stealing American jobs” written by Bryce Covert published in the…

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