Dream Big; DREAM Act Essay

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To many people the word immigration simply means "the passing or coming into a country for the purpose of permanent residence" (Definition). But to undocumented students, commonly referred as Dreamers, it signifies a meaning of fear, family separation, job loss, different language and loss of hope after graduation. These students go through elementary, middle and high schools doing what their parents tell them which is to "be the best, get straight A's, and work hard", however; at the end none of it matters because their legal status does not allow them to continue pursuing their education. How could it be that a child cannot pursue their educational goals if it can benefit society? These diverse students are capable to strengthen the …show more content…
They, who are behind the shadows, can run the most powerful tanks, the fastest jets, and the smartest weapons. Similar, to any American citizen, Dreamers will also fight for the only country they have known. Moreover they, too, will help America maintain strong.

Higher education offers higher economic advantages for the American economy. Therefore, "[the] high-skilled immigrants' ideas and innovations can launch new companies or revitalize established businesses, generating jobs for all" (Katrina). For example, according to Trinko Katrina during 1995 and 2005, A quarter of start-up technology or engineering companies had at least one immigrant founder. At the front end of the Internet boom in 1995, Jerry Yang, who was born in Taiwan, co- founded tech giant Yahoo.... produced 450,000 jobs in the U.S. over the decade. ("Create jobs")
The international talents within the diverse group of Dreamers from Mexico, Korea, Philippines and etc. can help generate the jobs needed to fuel the economy back, by utilizing the world's most talented and creative brainpower of the best scientists, engineers, and technology experts living within the borders of the United States. We do not need about "65,000 undocumented students graduate from high school nationwide [each year]" not obtaining their desire job to continue improving the economic

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