Illegal Immigration And The United States

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America one of the biggest, powerful, and influent countries in the world, is also one of the countries that have the highest illegal immigration population, and know that we are on electoral time the candidates arguing again about Illegal immigration. How they are seeing this problem and how they are going to try to solve it in their future presidential term. But first, we need to know what is immigration, what is illegal immigration, how does it affect America, and what the next steps that we are going to take towards this. The article “Illegal Immigrants” explains, “an immigrant is a person who legally comes to a country to take up permanent residence. An “illegal” immigrant is a person who does so without following the established legal procedures of the destination country and who resides in that country without proper visas or other documents. Illegal immigrants are sometimes referred to as “illegal aliens” or “undocumented workers”(Staff). As a voter, we should first know what Republican party candidate Donald J. Trump, thinks about this issue and how his planning to solve this. To paraphrase, Mr. Donald J. Trump, in the Ney York Times article "In Deposition, Donald Trump Says Illegal Immigration Led to Nomination" states, Mexican are the origin of crime and they are the creators of drug-related crimes, sexual vicious felonies of America. And, summarizing the article, "Donald Trump Delivers Immigration Policy Speech In Arizona.", Trump has presented himself with two faces, first as an anti-immigration president, that would save America from their doom where he will deport 11 million illegal immigrants that have taken jobs from Americans, who committed crimes and are a threat to this nation. He would also not allow any oth... ... middle of paper ... ... and grant them amnesty and for the rest that not qualify the criteria given them an exit, with a working permit for three years with the condition that they must exit the country in that time period this gives the opportunity to save money, so they could establish a home after their departure, and if they commit a crime they would be immediately deported. After taking everything in consideration and hearing from both sides, we should not vote, as a fanatic, hot-headed or tradition in our family. Remembering that in certain point we all were a kind of immigrant and, before voting we should consider every aspect that the candidates said, remembering that American flag consists Red, White, and Blue. So we should not vote for Red (Republican) or Blue (Democrats) if we haven´t been White (neutral) before. Considering and trying to seek the very best for America. (928)
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