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    Immigrant Deportations

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    The deportation of mother when I was younger forced me to grow faster. She was deported when I was in second grade because she was an illegal immigrant and left my father to take care of my brother and I. Since my dad had to work more, I had to work faster and help raise my brother. It was heartbreaking to be separated from my mother at such a young age, but I did what I had to keep the family. Focusing on school and making my brother was well taken care of became my main priorities. Due to the…

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    Effects Of Deportations

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    After the 1996, deportations increased a lot in just a matter of a year. This was caused because of two main laws, the Anti-Terrorism and effective Death Penalty and the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigration Responsibility Act both of which had some collateral effects on immigrants. First, deportees are denied the review by the U.S. Supreme Court. Second, those that are not citizens are not processed. Thirdly, the meaning for aggravated felonies changed. Finally, those that committed crimes…

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    Deportations is a start to a very in depth solution, and it is now when the United States needs to start acting to progressively solve this issue. The country is very split on how they feel about deportation, but it overall is in the best interest of the American people economically and it will better provide safety for the American people. It is proven that deportation not only works, but as well deters illegal immigrants. Donald Mann in his article, “The Unabated Flow of Illegal Immigrants…

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    Haitian Deportation Essay

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    This current event, the deportation of the Haitians, comes down to a matter of citizenship. Their law is anyone who is born on the island is a citizen with the exception of the people placed in the category called “those in transit.” The Dominican authorities has taken and used this exception to their advantage in refusing papers and passports of the Haitians even if their parents were born in Dominican Republic. As the article states in September 2013, the Dominican court laid the law stating…

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    brought to light the many effects that deportation of parents can have on those children 's development. During the Obama administration "between 2009 to 2013, It is estimated that approximately 3.7 million illegal immigrant families were deported". It is also an ongoing issue in the presidential campaign, Donald Trump promise to re-open the book continues on the deportation of the already broken and torn families. It further proves the notion that deportation affects children just as it will be…

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    In the two texts, “Mexican Migrant Workers in the 20th Century” by Jessica McBirney and “Deportation at Breakfast” by Larry Fondation they are both centered around same the topic of immigrants but they have two seperate central ideas that are presented in two seperate ways. In the text, “Mexican Migrant Workers in the 20th Century” by Jessica Mcbirney the central idea is Mexicans began crossing the border to the U.S. in search of higher paying jobs but were presented with terrible working and…

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    Deportation Case Study

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    “Being deported caused my manhood. It caused my wife to leave the family and left me with no hope.” Deportation is not just about being dropped off, and then returning. It replicates that feeling of powerlessness and alienation, whereas your worth and safety is no longer valued. Not only does one have to deal with the lost of their previous life, they have…

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    In today’s society this is happening more and more where innocent people come to America for a better opportunity and after settling down, creating a family and finding a job they are forced to leave and go back to their homeland. This is called deportation; the action of deporting a foreigner from a country. Every year, hundreds of thousands of immigrants, legal and illegal, from around the world, come into the United States. These immigrants have many different motivations; some enter the U.S.…

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    the deportation of undocumented immigrant it has become a concern to many people because is not just deporting illegal immigrant who had committed crimes. Now a day deportation is destroying families. I do not agree with deportation of immigrant who have here for so long and have built a family and have contribute with economy of the United States. Deportation brakes families, it brings an economy loss, and most of all a mental distress for children emotions. I do not agree with deportation and…

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    Deportations were recorded as early as the 18 and 19th centuries where 10 to 15 million African Americans were deported. “between 10 and 15 million Africans were deported in the 18th and 19th centuries. Before that we don't know” (Durban) these were the first recordings of deportations, even before that there might have been deportations we do not know of. The fact that people have been deported since so long ago shows that society is only worsening rather than improving. The problem continued…

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