The Mexico government needs to do more form there people in stead of putting into there pockets give it there people and help to develop the poor rural areas and help the farmers. Also instead of the American government spending billions of tax payers dollars on deporting people back to Mexico which is clearly not stopping them from crossing the border. Try to help them be giving them work visa. With the work visa the can work in the in country legally and contribute by paying taxes. It will also create revenue for both
Isn’t responsible for something that happened within their country. It is true though that the U.S. Has funded money to Mexico to try to stop the drug trafficking and drug cartel, but this is the problem of Mexico. Mexico should have done something about this while it was small not a big, powerful and violent as it is today. If Mexico also funded more in education then many citizens won’t enter the drug dealing as well. The citizens would have an education causing them to turn away from the drug dealing cause they have a job that is both safe and get a good income.
I believe the problem stems from a cultural rather than economic problem. For instance, if a young Mexican comes from a lower income family, rather than going to college after graduation from high school, he might opt for seeking employment to help support his family. As a Mexican, family was always ingrained into me first before anything else. You take care of your family before you take care of yourself. The money might be available for that individual to go to college through scholarships and grants, but the family would suffer without the income that man could bring into the home.
Our country is a super power, and we owe a part of that to immigrants from Latin America. Throughout history they have come to America seeking the American dream of freedom and a chance at a better life. They have worked in poor conditions, for little pay, farming and working in factories building things that we use every day. They take the time to learn our language, and I believe that we should show the same respect. I think Spanish classes should be mandatory, and that they should start at a young age.
When you get before them and explain what real immigration reform means, they have a very different position," he said. Still, most conservatives remain opposed on principle to any reform that would provide what they see as amnesty for people who entered the country illegally. Bill Richardson, a Democrat, says his party is right to insist on legalization, as well as a pathway to citizenship. “We need to bring the 11 million undocumented workers that are currently in this country out of the shadows; make them productive players in the U.S. economy," he
We need to do something to help the minors who did not have a choice of coming over here, but just followed their parents. If these minors are here in the U.S and thriving for an education or serve our country why not give them a path to citizenship. It is not easy as immigrant to stay focus and achieve what you want in life. The more immigrants that become legal they would pay taxes and our deficit would go down in the long run. Until the government decides what to do, we are going to be in this recession.
The Illegal, The Bad, and The Ugly ENC 1101 Professor Robin Rodgers October 26th 2011 Do American citizens ever think about how they pay for stuff that they never actually get to use or see? Do they ever have thoughts about unconsciously paying for someone to stay in our country illegally? Most likely we Americans don't even stop to think about these sorts of things and yet over 113 billion dollars of our citizens hard earned money is paying for illegal immigrants to be in our country. Illegal immigrants are a threat to America's economy in many different aspects. Anyone has a chance of becoming a citizen but not everyone is willing to.
When Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson was asked his plans for student loans and grants, he replied “My plans don't include doing anything when it comes to student loans. The reason for the higher cost in higher education rests with the fact that there are those student loans available. Because those loans are guaranteed, kids are graduating from college, literally strapped with [the equivalent of] a home mortgage. I'm a believer in free markets.” (Gary Johnson Issues)Gary Johnson suggest that if student loans did not exist--tuition would be a lot lower because colleges and universities want to deliver their product, and if
Immigrants have Rights Too: Immigration in the U. S. Today, Mexican immigrants are seen as a bigger threat than a murderer by Americans citizens. However, immigrants who come to the U.S. are not here to cause problems they are here to support their family. Americans who fear immigrants are afraid that immigrants only want to take the American jobs that they feel should only go to American citizens. David K. Androff, assistant professor in the School of Social Work at Arizona State University and Kyoko Y. Tavassoli, also in the school of social work as a 4 year doctoral student at Arizona State University published “Deaths in the Desert: The Human Rights Crisis on the U. S.–Mexico Border” addressing the many issues Mexicans immigrants face coming to the U.S., specifically the effects in social work. Their article addresses various points about the issues with Mexican immigrants and jobs dealing with the Mexican border.
History 121 Jay Wendelberger February 12, 2008 Assimilation of Immigrants I think these people can become full American citizens. There are couple reasons why I believe these people can assimilate to full American citizens. First of all, these people came to America to have a better life and to prosper. Most of these immigrants want to start a new life and forget about their past. Secondly, these people were persecuted in their homelands, so their way of life in America is way better than the life they had in Europe or wherever else they came from.