Immigration And The American Dream

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An issue that many people have different views, thoughts, and opinions is immigration. But why do people think of immigration as a problem. Is it because of illegal immigrants or people living their American dreams with Americans job? In the thirty major years that immigration boomed no one had a problem with it. President Donald J. Trump has strongly stated his opinion and has enforced it with travel bans. These are only some of the beliefs of some people.
People have different ideas of an illegal immigrant. Some people believe they are immigrants who do not pay taxes. Others believe that illegal immigrants are those who take jobs for lower wages, have no documentation, and lack American citizenship. The amount of illegal immigrants has been the lowest in America since 2003, ranging in about 10.9 million. Some illegal immigrants are not a problem or the negative stereotype that we have created. Some are poor people trying to live a better life for them or their family. Budget, human trafficking, and employment are some of the main reasons for immigration.Some other reasons are public benefits, health, education, law enforcement, and many other miscellaneous things. …show more content…

The American dream is the belief that anyone can be anything. Many businesses, big and small are examples of the American dream. Some people who have achieved their American dream are Arnold Schwarzenegger, Madeleine Albright, Freddy Adu, Sammy Sosa, etc. Everybody has different ideas and expectations of their dream. In the words of James Truslow Adams the American dream is the belief that life should be better and richer and fuller for everyone, with opportunity for each according to ability or achievement regardless of social class or circumstances of

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