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.
If not for migrants in America we would be paying higher prices and working harder jobs. They have helped our country prosper into what we call home now, without the culture and skills we have acquired from all parts of the world, life would be very different here. In a way we depend on migrants without even noticing it. We take for granted the jobs they do for us and the help they give our country. Without them there would be more cases of unemployment.
The issue of immigration Immigration is a disputable issue in the United States because not all people allow immigrants staying here. The undocumented people are waiting for someone to pull them out of their nightmarish situation. The changes of the immigration will to be useful and essential. According to Lesil A. Maxwell, “more than 1.3 million undocumented young people now eligible to seek relief from deportation and gain work permits” (“Immigration Changes Give Youths Hope” ¶1 ). Many students graduate from U.S. high school with undocumented status-that is, they are not legal to stay in the United States.
Despite the benefits of a college education, such as a better starting pay in entry level jobs and some better opportunities to find world, these benefits are only individual and do not outweigh the price it takes to achieve them. College is too expensive to be paid for by every high school graduate because it throws students and their families into pools of debt and is not worth the money for those that do not even graduate. Attending college presents numerous risks and gambles, yet college is ultimately an ‘investment.’ Although it may not pay off right away, it will reward those with a degree financially in the future. Obama continued on to say that “higher education should not be a luxury,” but a crucial part to building a career and a future. (Obama).
The percentage of high school drop outs in United States is very high, and some these students that drop out end up in prison or other terrible places such as drug dealing or gangs. In the documentary they also showed some schools with a lot of gang activity and gang violence. Parents of these students work very hard to pay taxes and keep there children in school, in hop that there children will get a good education. Some parents take tons of loans so they can send there kids to a private school, because the public schools are not teaching there students well. These hard working parents and dedicated teachers all want to see America with a brighter future, they are doing what they can to make sure that there children grow up to be important part of a good generation.
The demand for students who barely receive their diploma or even a bachelor’s degree is slowing decreasing. Many companies are looking for those students that excel and are able to constantly work. With that said, foreigners are filling jobs in America due to their education system, which is why I believe that America should transform their education to become year-round. From there on, students will be able to fully benefit from the education system as well as compete in the job
However, getting a college education is beyond worthwhile. With a college degree one is ensured in receiving a satisfying job, a higher income, and overall a better life. Many people around the U.S., mostly those with no higher than a high school education, complain over their current job because it is not to their liking. People enjoy working in jobs that
Children of immigrant workers assimilating into the public school system, have a better opportunity to improve their education and marketable skill-sets for the future. It is this belief that with the ability to become better educated that the children will assimilate into better paying careers thus becoming taxpaying citizens off-setting the costs of services provided to lesser educated immigrants (Griswold, 2012). Incarceration/ Criminal Justice Concerns Incarceration of illegal immigrants has been challenging to law enforcement both from the need for more officers to provide security at our nation’s borders as well as the fiscal costs to incarcerate illegal immigrants. States with a dramatic rise in crimes committed by illegal immigrants have had to build add additional police officers as well as build and staff prison systems. The increase in crimes has also been costly to the taxpayers both on the federal and state level.
• What types of legislation have been introduced to address issues faced by people with disabilities? The types of legislation that has been introduced to address issues faced by people with disabilities are the American Disability Act which improved the lively hood of many people. Especially compared to what the past was for disabled people. The ADA was a big step in the right direction but, more needs to be done. More educational grants so the job market opens up more and that would lead to better pay wages and a way to supplement their income so their lives are improved as
Children get their education by doing well in school, but if their getting distracted like things like this, they won’t be able to get a great education and an opportunity to go to college. People go to other states and countries to live a better life and make something for themselves. So what if people don’t have passports and papers to go to a new state or country, the immigration services don’t have the right to force illegal immigrants out to where they used to live and go to where they came. I strongly believe that immigration services should be reformed. People could get hurt, the economy will grow even worse, and kids could get hurt.