Issue Analysis Paper : Immigration Reform

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Issue Analysis Paper: Immigration Reform Immigration reform, an issue that has always been and will continue to be a controversial political issue until something progressive and agreeable is done that both sides of the argument can be pleased with. With any political issue there are two sides to the debate on immigration reform and this issue has recently become a passionate and heated debate in the political sphere. The debate has gone farther than just the simple concept of immigration but has rather become an intense battleground for the President and congress to go back and forth and for both democrats and republicans to take shots at each other. Whether you believe that President Obama and congress should remove and deport the illegal immigrants or you believe that the illegal immigrants should get a fair chance to become part this nation, both sides cannot argue against the fact that this nation is a nation of immigrants.

The United States being known as a nation of immigrants is now facing the issue of what to do with the immigrants who are currently in the country. The United States is known for many things, both good and bad but ultimately America is seen by the rest of the world as the land of the free, the home of the brave and by majority of people the land of opportunity. The land of opportunity is what in some cases attracts these illegal immigrants who want to get the opportunity they cannot have or will not have in their own home country. Regardless…

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