Mexican Immigration Problems

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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. Americans look at immigrants as a threat and a burden on the US economy even if they are Mexican immigrants they should have the same rights as a U.S. citizen and be viewed equally. The U. S. is cracking down on the border to keep immigrants out of America when “undocumented immigrants represented approximately 4 percent of the U.S. population” (165). There are still immigrants in the U.S. who are…show more content…
S.–Mexico Border,” they make it clear that the U.S. treats Mexican immigrants unfair and deserves more dignity and respect that the government tries to force on to Mexican immigrants. Immigrants die trying to survive. The U.S. should not add more stress on to people’s life who’s trying to provide for their family. Immigrants deserve the same rights as a U.S. citizen and should be viewed equally. Immigrants that are trying to provide for their family and live freely as an U.S. citizen are not to be a threat or a burden on the U.S.
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