Deportation: Immigration to the United States and Illegal Alien

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March 5th, 2013 Essay: Living in the land of the free or face deportation In August 29, 1999, a young student felt the need to leave his own country to migrate in the US for a better way of living. The idea to come to America seemed to be a difficult step to take, and also very complicated at the same time. But with a democratic President in power, everyone always think the possibility to find ways to adjust their status while leaving here is a no brainer. However, once reaching the shore illegally, there’s no turning back; whoever crosses that fine line, would definitely feel the weight of the laws of this great nation…show more content…
The question that almost everybody is asking is doing we want to completely seal are borders and punish violators to the fullest extent of the law or should we allow them to continue to come in illegally as long as they follow the rules and behave? In a review of trauma and crisis responses of children, specific developmental psychological consequences have been reported, such as dependent behavior, temper tantrums, anxiety, depression, and hyperactivity which mean kids with severe mental problem. All of these are the result of some of the way deportation affect kids mostly. In August 2010, a 19-year-old was arrested in Raleigh for throwing a soft drink can out of a car window and hitting a pedestrian. The teenager is currently in deportation proceedings as a result of the arrest. His mother cannot file a cancellation of deportation request because she would likely face deportation if she came before the court. (Coleman). A case like that can easily affect the whole family mentally because kids, who were born and raised here, do not know the country where the service would send them. Imagine a High school student whose only speak english; because of his or her status get deported to her or his country of origin. As soon as that kid hear words his or her departure, they will be depressed automatically. Now, the justice system is faced with creating a resolution for this challenging problem and ultimately the people whose

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