2016 Immigration Policies: Pathway to Citizenship or Deportation Force?

What is immigration?  Immigration is when people move to a foreign country permanently. We have 10 million legal immigrants living in Untied States. Legal immigration is when those who have moved from another country attain visas and work towards becoming a citizen of United Sates. 11.7 millions immigrants are living in the United States illegally. Illegal immigrant is the migration of people across national borders without permission or not telling  destination country.  Today we have 3.3 million Muslims living in the United State.

Hillary Clinton wants both those who are legal and illegal immigrants to have a full path to citizenship. She agreed not to use the term “illegal immigrants,” which many say dehumanizes immigrants who are living in the U.S. without legal documentation. This is what Hillary Clinton said n reference to Muslims, “First, we rely on partners in Muslim countries to fight terrorists. (The immigration ban) would make it harder,”. Clinton has separately called for the U.S. to greatly expand the number of Syrian refugees it accepts, saying that she wants the United States to “lead the world.”

Donald Trump has said he plans to ban all Muslims from the Untied States for the safety of its citizens. In a campaign press release Donald Trump calls for a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States until our country’s representatives can figure out what is going on. Trump has stated that he will build a wall between Mexico and United states. This is what he said about illegal Mexican  immigrants “They’re bringing drugs, they’re bringing crimes, they’re rapist” . Do you think it’s true? Trump has said he would use a “deportation force” to remove undocumented immigrants from the country.

President Obama has stated in an open response to Donald Trump’s stance on immigration, “Imagine the images on the screens flashed around the world as we were dragging parents away from their children and putting in what, detention centers, and then sending them out.”

Should undocumented “illegal” immigrants have the right to be citizen of US?  Your opinion counts.


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