Immigration Law Essay

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Ban the Arizona Immigration Law The law I propose is to have the Arizona Immigration Law banned and repelled. Illegal immigrants come to the United States for the good life and start fresh, but thinking about it more and more illegal immigrants are going to fill the United States without even knowing the laws or language, which is why we need to ban the Arizona Law. This law is needed because it subjects plenty of ethnic groups and races to public discrimination and racism, which violates the rights of citizens (Americanized citizens). Like how the schools will lose state funding if they offer any courses that "promote resentment of a particular race or class of people or is designed primarily for students of a particular ethnic group or advocate ethnic solidarity instead of the treatment of pupils as individuals." Meanwhile, the Arizona Department of Education has told schools that teachers with "heavy" or "ungrammatical" accents are no longer allowed to teach English classes. The court case of LEOCAL v. ASHCROFT, is about Josue Leocal, a citizen of Haiti who had became a citizen of the United States since 1987. In 2000, he was convicted in Florida of driving under the influence (DUI). His conviction by the judge was aggravated felony, which means he would have to be deported back to Haiti. Is driving under the influence of alcohol, even when serious bodily injury results, an "aggravated felony" for which an immigrant can be subject to automatic deportation? For the Arizona Immigration Law, law enforcement officers can find any small mistake or crime just to get you “checked”, arrested, and/or deported. Even if you are legal, you will still have to go through the same process as illegal immigrants and one thing you have in common with the illegal immigrants is being subjected to racial profiling. The 4th Amendment of the constitution also supports my

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