In order for an individual to pass from Mexico to the United States, usually they have to pass by a border line, in which the immigration police checks if the individual has papers or a citizenship. In cases, some individuals do not have papers or a citizenships, but they still try to pass to the United States illegally. Those individuals are called immigrants who try to manage to pass the immigration police. In order for individuals to get a U.S. citizenships, they have to pass by some requirements. They required for the individual to be born in the United States, have a certain age living at the United States, getting married to a U.S. citizen or pass the test to become a U.S. citizen. It is not easy to get a citizenship because if an immigrant wants to become a U.S. citizen, then they have to pass by all tho...
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...o capture the immigrants instead, it motivated them to keep deporting, since the immigrants were taking the citizens jobs.
Concluding with the fact that Mexican and Mexican American has no type of benefit from the immigration policy because most immigrants were sent back to their home countries. It was not and still is not easy for immigrants to live the American dream because many things prevent them to stay in the United States for a better future. Some immigrants do fight and struggle to pass to the United States, but they still in some point get deported back to their country. It might be because they get caught passing the border line or working without papers in companies. Which some of the consequences are that they get sent back to their countries or they were be put in jail. It is not easy for an immigrant to stay in the United States without their papers.
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