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  • Persuasive Essay About Illegal Immigration

    In life, we find some people who want to leave their country for a better life, but sometimes their dreams are not easy to achieve because they face many obstacles. People are moving from their own countries because they really don’t have a comfortable life and can’t make money easily to supply their necessities like education and a high standard of living. These things drive them to leave their countries to find a better life in a different country. Illegal immigration is a problem that is…

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  • Essay On Mexican American Culture

    American Culture encompasses religion, food, and what we wear, and how we wear it.It also encompasses language, marriage,music. The United States is one of the most culturally diverse countries in the world. By the the cultures of Native Americans, Latin Americans, Africans and Asians. The United States sometimes described as a “Melting Pot “ in which different cultures have contributed their own distinct “ flavor” to American cultures and from around the world. Children of immigrants are…

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  • Deportation: The Effects Of Deportation

    The effects of deportation Can everyone get that dream life they always wanted? Some people will spend their lifetime trying to reach that dream but something from their past is haunting them. Rather they have the proper documentation or migrate here for a better life once they violate the immigration laws they face the consequences; for example, a person with legal document (green card) can have it taken away over a domestic violence charge or a simple DUI charge. Imagine two friends driving…

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  • The Disappearing Mestizo Book Review

    In this book review, it will consist in analyzing the book called “The disappearing Mestizo” by the author Joanne Rappaport. The structure of the book, each chapter follow to narrate the stories of sixteenth and seventeenth century mestizos and mulattos. Actually, Joanne Rappaport is a professor of Spanish and Race and Mestizaje at Georgetown University. She tries to examine with this book what it meant to be mestizo in the early colonial era. In general, the central question is not “Who is a…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Immigration To United States

    For several years, the immigration to United States has been increasing and as a consequence tons of issues have been originated between the two borders. But the question here is, It is necessary to discriminate and do all those harmful things such as arrest people that only come to the United States to have better opportunities and separate families as well as deny the opportunity to many people to have a better life? I believe that the immigration law should be reformed in order to offer…

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  • Pablo Escobar Cocaine

    named one of the ten richest people on earth by Fortune and Forbes magazines. Escobar wealth estimate is $30 million. Although he was a dangerous criminal, he spent a lot of his money on helping poor people. Escobar wanted to be the president of Colombia. He did his best in fixing his public…

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  • Should Illegal Immigrants Be Illegal

    "Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, the wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door!" This is a quote on the tablet from the statue of liberty. This quote is meant to be pointed to immigrants but lately people are wondering if that is towards illegal immigrants too. Thousand of illegal immigrants are flooding into the United States every day this is what it means to be a…

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  • Pablo Escobar Crimes

    considered a criminal because he was the leader and founder of the “Medellin Cartel” which lead to major catastrophes, people considered him as an eager person or a monster while his family and the poor saw him as an idol, and he unleashed the war in Colombia. Firstly, Pablo Escobar was considered a criminal because…

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  • Colombi A Place That Changed My Life

    Colombia the beautiful a place I called home every summer since I could remember when I was little. A place that seemed so harmless to me because I spent most of my younger years living there with my grandparents never imagining I would be surprised to change my opinion. The last summer I visited Colombia was the worst and traumatizing in my life, needless to say a summer that changed my life. Having planned and amazing day ahead with family, shopping and enjoying the beautiful likes of Tumaco,…

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  • Illegal Immigration Argument Analysis

    In This article, the author express both positive and negative points of view toward illegal immigrants in the restaurant business. The article addresses the way that without this undocumented worker, that numerous organizations will close and that the economy will endure colossally. Some of the laws that have been placed set up to keep illegal immigrants from working in the restaurant business have even brought about some illegal worker clients to abstain from eating at those restaurants or…

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