America has been a melting pot of cultures for many centuries, with the number of immigrants continually rising every year. Most of these immigrants come into the country with nothing at all except for the clothes on their backs and a few English words. But they also bring with them something special – their cultures and traditions from their homeland. In the Immigrant Advantage, readers can see that these specific traditions that they bring with them give them an advantage because they tend to have better mental and physical health than their native born American counterparts (5).
Do you believe that the United States should deport illegal immigrants, and their children, back to their home country? The United States should not have illegal immigrants deported out of the United States right away, they should be given a certain amount of time to get their things together to become a citizen. Illegal immigrants should have a path or granted a chance to be able to become a U.S citizen.It will cost the government millions of dollars to deport illegal citizens than keep them in the US. Illegal immigrants come to America not to make trouble, but to be able to stay here and find jobs to support their families. The United States should not be able to deport Illegal immigrants, and their children back to their country.
In the last few decades, the number of immigrants has increased in Australia. The department of immigration started in 1945 and about 7000,000 immigrants have moved to Australia. The recent data showed that almost 23.9% of Australian residents were born aboard according to Department of Immigration and Citizenship (2008). Nearly 43 percent of residents were born aboard (Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2012). In addition, 2.8% of the world's immigrants lived in Australia, while only 0.3% of the world's population lived in Australia (UNDESA, 2013). Because of the huge number of immigrants’ Australian government set programmes to control the increase, which are integrating immigrants into its society and focusing on skilled migrants. This essay will examine how immigration is an advantage to Australia in terms of the integration program of immigrants in Australian society and the economic benefits for skilled immigrants.
For many centuries, America has been known as the land of opportunity; the opportunity to make a better life for yourself and for your family. Over time, it seems as America has lost the value of being the land of opportunity due to the strict rules of allowing immigrants in our country. The United States started as an immigrated country when Englishmen became the first immigrant settlers, so why can’t it still remain the same way? Immigrants come to America to receive a better life that their country could not give them. The controversy of legalizing immigration has increased over time, and still continues to this day. Some believe that in legalizing immigration will increase the risks of crimes and terrorism, as well
Eating, drinking, walking, being, if you are an immigrant those are privileges not a right. If you live a mile south of an imaginary line you don’t have the rights to a proper education or a job that pays enough to live. If you are tan all year round you can’t eat at a pizza place without getting stares. If you can’t speak english, even though that’s not even the national language, you are an outcast, a menace, an alien. There are four, specific, boys out there that even though all these odds were stacked against them they succeeded. They prevailed even when they weren’t suppose to. Even when Uncle Sam said no.
Since Many years ago immigrants have come to this country for a better life and more opportunities. Having faced a difficult life in their home country, immigrants want to work for a better future. They will risk their lives to go to a place where they can get more opportunities and better their life. Immigrants value the country that allows them to work and improve themselves. Many people think illegal immigrants should get deported. They think this way because they are afraid immigrants are going to take over their country and take all of the benefits and jobs that the country offers. On the other side, I think illegal immigrants should not get deported from the U.S. because they are not a danger to society and some were brought here as kids. This means they were not aware they were here illegally.
Should immigrants be able to have the same rights as United States citizens, or should they go through a legal process to gain those rights? The Department of Justice hopes to modernize and expand the department's International Hearing Program. “The Department of Justice said that such a change ‘saves time and resources and speeds hearings.’”(Jeff Sessions, abcnews.com)
America is wrong letting the illegal immigrant come into the country. First off, illegal immigrant do not belong here because if you want it to be a part of a country you should find the proper way to get in and become a real citizen, not trying to come in illegally. In the episode, the people who come in illegally tend to have a low wages labor job, which is illegal in US. This example shows that when one illegal thing happen, it's usually a start for more illegal thing to happen. Another reason illegal immigrant do not belong here because coming in illegally is basically shows that they're poor or has no place to be in their old country, that's why they want a fresh start somewhere. Especially in US, the daily expense and other things are
The second custom from The Immigrant Advantage that intrigued me was the Jamaican tradition of facilitating multigenerational homes for their families. While remaining intrigued I also have my doubts about my own fortitude and my ability to make the sacrifices necessary to make this tradition work. Jamaican families came to America for better economical opportunities than that available in their home country. They often live with extended family members all in the same household to better the chances of all members of the family reaching their own goals and dreams, especially the dream of owning a home. This tradition, largely, allows Jamaican Americans to finish college without the pressures of having to provide for themselves while doing
Immigration has always been a contemporary hot topic of debate in practically all societies. America is no different, and even has a rich history based around the movement of peoples. Despite this, some Americans hold onto the belief that immigrants are hurting our economy and society. Immigration has proven through many studies to be a benefit to the American economy and society.
Don't get me wrong I love people but I feel that immigrates who come to America who are not citizens makes citizens of America view that immigrates can come over and take Americans jobs and they don't pay taxes like Americans citizens do. I think it makes American citizens feel like it's not far. I believe if the U.S government should put stronger security or restricts if immigrates come to United States. For example, have certain things for immigrates to get to United States like knowing how to speech english if they don't, paying taxes, etc. I feel if immigrates were/ get tought how to do theses things we would have less immigration
If we improve our immigration system and the process of people coming in the United States each year with legal documents and have their paper with them and living freely with their life without the fear of deportation and enjoying every second of every moment with their families, because every moment of every second
Immigration is a widely talked about subject, it can be taken either way.Immigration is a helpful for the economy. Immigration is good for the economy because more businesses and jobs, it raises the minimum wage for everyone and it adds culture to the U.S.
In the United States, many compare the fiscal advantages and disadvantages of immigration on the economy. Due to common misconceptions, immigrants face discrimination and prejudice because of their race on a daily basis. Some argue that immigration has a higher fiscal disadvantage toward to U.S. economy such as lowering of wages and a decrease in jobs for Americans, while others insist that immigration is one of the greatest advantages that the U.S. has because of the contributions they attribute. Although some argue that immigration represses American growth, immigration is one of the United States’ greatest advantages in terms of its economic benefits.
Also known as “multiple citizenship” or “dual nationality”, dual citizenship refers to one who is a legal citizen in two different countries, at the same time. One is able to retain his or her citizenship from their home country, and attain another citizenship at the same time. However, this is applicable only if both countries permit dual citizenship.