book Undocumented: How Immigration Became Illegal by Aviva Chomsky she writes about how illegality came to be what is it. Illegality is a very strenuous topic that even up to this way there is much controversy about how to deal with people coming here illegally. Many people have looked at it in many ways and no one can find the “right” way to go about such a complicated topic. Illegality as we know it today was settled upon after 1965. Decaded before the year 1965 immigration was not viewed as a bad
The immigration issue is a complicated facet of our society. The idea of illegal immigration has become significantly more prevalent within our country, as it has become a major topic of discourse and a force that polarizes America at large. Many Americans have begun to see immigration as a determent to our economy, our safety, and to the core values of America, other have encouraged immigration. Those in the latter group have seen the benefits of immigration, the mixing of cultures, and allowing
Flood. In Module 13: "Immigration in a Global World", watch the video clips "Native American Shuts Down Immigration Protest"; Noam Chomsky: "Chomsky Discusses Donald Trump" "Chomsky on American Identity";"Forgotten Voices: The Story of the Bracero Program"; "How Immigration Became Illegal": "Democracy Now" Interview with immigration studies scholar Aviva Chomsky; Article: Aviva Chomsky "Is Trump an Aberration? The Dark History of the “Nation of Immigrants” Noam Chomsky: "Chomsky Discusses Donald Trump"
limited resources are also problems that arise when it comes to deciding whether to leave their country or not. One of the biggest issues that comes with these immigrants is that they go through without documentation, therefore, becoming labeled as illegal immigrants. While couple of the people I interviewed received education back in their own countries, the economic situations had been so unpredictable and their own parents had trouble finding jobs or if they did have a job it had no type of security