Persuasive Essay On Homeland Reform

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Much like an unlocked door, the border of the United States has been left wide open, leaving the entire nation open to unwanted guests, and economic disaster. Walking in freely, illegal immigrants have entered the U.S. by the millions. Bringing with them drugs, violence, and poverty. Throughout the United states, taxpaying Americans are unemployed and live in the most destituted areas, while each year 700,000 undocumented aliens add to the ten million already present from years of executive failures. A new reform needs to be made. The Homeland Reform. It would stop all financial support for illegal immigrants, prevent education for children of illegal immigrants, and finally inhibit any illegal immigrant found in the united states from ever…show more content…
Many political powers such as Donald Trump and his immigration policies make claims such as “Build a wall,” “Enforce border patrol.” However this will not solve the issues at hand, the real issue is not with the enforcement of the border but the benefits one will receive if they cross it. It is well known that many immigrants come to America for the benefit of their children. After a young girl who had no citizenship was denied a public education the 1982 supreme court changed that. In the supreme court case Plyler v. Doe the Supreme Court decided that states are required to provide K-12 public education for students without legal immigrant status. This allows for any person American citizen or not the right to an education, using American tax payers money in the process. The new immigration reform would repeal the law passed by the supreme court; making illegal immigrants think twice about coming to America for their children 's education. This will benefit the younger generations of America by allowing more children to get a public…show more content…
The Bill of Rights applies to everyone, even illegal immigrants. An immigrant, legal or illegal, prosecuted under the criminal code has the right to due process, a speedy and public trial, and other rights protected by the Fifth and Sixth Amendment. However, groups supporting illegal immigrants neglect the fact that coming into the country, and not paying taxes are both criminal offences in their own; requiring the proper charges be placed against them Concluding the proposal of the Homeland Reform, an answer to the dramatically escalating problem of illegal immigration has one major point. If America were to quit funding, supporting, and educating future illegal immigrants, and the ones currently residing in the United States there would be no purpose and motivation for them to come to America in hope of a better future, which is served on a silver platter for all to enjoy, at the cost of its own tax paying
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