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Deportation Of Illegal Immigrants

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1: Would you like to get seperated from you family? Well, that's what their doing to illegal immigrants. Society doesn't know the impact they're doing to their children. It's like if society doesn't care if you with your family or not. The deportation of illegal immigrants should stop because everyone should be treated equally,have the opportunity to be successful in life,and have the chance to better their families no matter their race.

2: Deportation of illegal immigrants have a big impact on children and family. Splitting children up from their family is very sad. Children can experience instability and grow isolation,fear,and psychological effects such as depression.

3: Children went home after school to empty houses.Not knowing where their parents were at because they are detained and have limited access to phone. | & | EFFECTS ON

5: U.S. society has deeply held values that children are important and that children must be protected since they are the most vulnerable among us. Dependent physically and emotionally upon their parents, children have no voice in the choices made by their parents.

6: Dream Act | Immigrant youth would obtain permanent residency with a chance for a citizenship. | Requirements to become legal with Dream Act: a person must have been brought to the U.S. before he/she was 16, been in the U.S. for 5 years, earned a high school degree and be attending college for at least 2 years or honorable military service.

7: Background check and can not have a criminal record. Apply to those under 35, if granted residency they would not be eligible form federal grant scholarships.

8: States with Dream Act approved | Maryland | Illinois | Texas | California | Kansas | Nebraska | New Mexico | New York | Utah | Washington | Wisconsin

9: Facts on Dream Act | The Dream Act in it's current form will cut $i.4 million and increase government revenues by $2.3 billion over the next years. Will allow immigration and border security experts to focus on those who pose a serious threat to our nations security.Fair way to deal with innocent children brought to U.S. at a young age so that the Department of HomelandSecurity can indicate their enforcement resources to detaining and deporting criminals and those who pose a threat to our country.

10: Who Get Deported | the ones who violate the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952. Also the ones who attempt illegally entry , with out authorization , or ones who enter illegally but later lose their legal status .

11: Their Rights | Immigration And Nationality Act allows illegal immigrants the right to due process . When taking into custody they don't always automatically get deported to their home countries . Illegal immigrants can contest or concede to the charges , also right to appeal judges decision .

12: Traditional Areas | traditional settlement areas: California , Texas , Illinois , and Arizona . Started to go to non traditional settlement areas: Southeastern , Alabama , Arkansas , North & South Carolina , and Georgia .

13: Conclusion | Treating everybody equal is important role in the society . You get treated for how you treat someone . Everybody wants to be successful in life . Stopping deportation will give a child a better feeling of life . NOt going though psychological effects such as depression . " The word nobody wants to use , but you see if you are here illegally ,that's the punishment , deportation -Tom Tancredo .

14: Work Cited | *Apsan, Moses."President Obama Primes the Pump for Comprehensive Immigration Reform."Jornalus News Agency. Web.13 May 2011 *Leyva, Yolanda Chavez."Children Suffer Effects from Deportation Raids/The Progressive. The Progressive/Peace&Social Justice since 1909. 14 Nov. 2007. Web. 17 May 2011 *McCabe, Kristen, and Jeanne Batalova."Immigration Enforcement in the United States."Migration Information Source.Nov.2009.Web.12.May 2011 *Miranda, Luis."Get The Facts on The Dream Act."The White House.1 Dec.2010.Web.19 May 2011 *Passel, Jeffrey."Mexican Immigration to the U.S:The Latest Estimates."Migration Information Source Mar.2004.Web.11 May 2011

15: *Tancredo, Tom."Deportation Quotes-BrainyQuote."Famous Quotes at BRainy Quote.2001-2011.Web.11 May 2011 *Watanabe, Teresa."House of Representatives Narrowly Approves Dream Act, Senate Must Now Vote on Immigration Bill/L.A. Now/Los Angeles Times."Top of the Ticket/The Secret Lesson within Newt Gingrich's Botched Campaign Launch/Los Angeles Times.8 Dec. 2010. Web.18 May 2011 *Whalen, Jill."ICE:Illegal Immigrants Allowed Due Process-News-Standard Speaker." Hazeleton, Pa.News, Sports, Obituaries, and Shopping/Standard Speaker.5 Sept.2009 Web.12 May 2011

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