Mexican Americans Should Be Deported Essay

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In April of 2010, Arizona passed a law authorizing local police to check the immigration status of anyone they reasonably suspect of being in the United States illegally. The law has generated debate between people who say it is necessary to combat illegal immigration and opponents who say it is an infringement on civil liberties and it invites to racial/ethnic profiling of Hispanics by the law enforcement. In addition, some say the law will create tensions between law enforcement and Hispanics that will hinder general law that is enforced. There is research that Arizona claims that Hispanics are the biggest group of illegals to any other race. Hispanics are the most likely group to be in illegal status. Nationally, there were an estimated…show more content…
A hardworking undocumented parent can be deported and no mercy is given to such person if they have family living in the United States. Hispanics feel as the discrimination has torn many families. It goes without saying that immigrants live in fear. Imagine a mother left to provide a family when her husband has been deported. If both parents are deported and the children are U.S. born then the children will end up in foster care. “deportations break families up and have a wider effect on the community as a whole—not just the individual and the family involved.” (worsened over the past year. With talk of major deportation it seems there has been more deportations than ever. How is this affecting the social institution of Family? Trump, a republic candidate, has bashed Mexican immigrants and embarrassed by saying Mexicans are thiefs, rapist and murders. (/ Trump is seriously disrespecting Mexican Americans and immigrants with his continuous insults. Trump wants to build a 2,000 mile border wall and force Mexico to build it. This is harmful to the ecosystem and violates the Endangered Species Act and National Environmental Policy Act. (Capps,
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