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Transcript of IMMIGRATION
Grecia.Mateo.Yoselin.Justyna S .Justyna D .Diana, Angelique
-Between 2009 and 2014 about 2.4 million people were deported, however as of 2016 it is expected that about 3.2 million people were deported under the Obama administration.
-There are at least 5,100 children in foster care due to a parent being deported or detained. It is estimated that about 15,000 more children will enter the foster care system within the next five years.
An immigration lawyer enables immigrants to live and work in the U.S. by helping them to obtain a green card or visa, gain lawful permanent status or be granted political asylum.
: Bachelor's degree and then obtain a doctorate degree from an American Bar Association-accredited law school.
-Average Salary (2016)**: $61,939 for all lawyers.
: Communicate with clients, research cases, write motions and argue in court.
: Pass the bar examination in the state where you will practice (most states give a 6-hour Multistate Bar Examination, which tests you on several areas of law).
Who should I become?
Parents who see their children facing all kinds of atrocities will do anything to keep their children safe.
CBP is a premier law enforcement agency that safeguards America’s borders. Every day, CBP protects the public from dangerous people and materials attempting to cross the border, while enhancing the Nation’s global economic competitiveness by enabling legitimate trade and travel at ports of entry. On a typical day, CBP makes 900+ apprehensions and seizes 9,000+ pounds of illegal drugs.
-You must successfully pass a polygraph examination
-You must successfully pass a background investigation
Convictions of misdemeanor crime of domestic violence are disqualifying
You must be a U.S. citizen to apply for this position
You must have resided in the U.S. for 3 of the last 5 years
Referred for selection prior to your 40th birthday (waiver for veterans)
You must meet job-related medical, fitness and drug-testing standards
You will be required to work regular and recurring shift work
You will be required to carry a firearm
You must have a valid driver's license
As a group we believe that some federal immigration laws should be less intense. As well less discrimination towards one group of people.The United States should have less deportations and have more pathways to citizenships to those who meet the requirements. Overall, the United States should figure out a better way to regulate deportation, many factors come to play when a person’s life is on the line.
A question we would like to ask is , what else could the U.S do to stop illegal immigration in a respectful and humane way?
WHAT IS THE ISSUE?
Many Americans blame undocumented immigrants for United States economic problems.
Our ancestors traveled here for the opportunity to prosper and be free, so we should not prevent immigrants from doing the same. Many come to the states seeking refugee, and being sent back to their country is not an option.
America is in debt and we have to spend money in order to find and remove illegal immigrants, so by allowing certain immigrants to work for their citizenship will not only cut costs, it will keep families together as well as raise the economy.
The deportation of an undocumented immigrant means dividing families. Many times, it means that the citizens-by-birth children of undocumented parents are the only memebers of the familiy allowed to stay in the United States, seperating children from their parents. Unfortunately, many are put under foster care.
Rising Immigration enforcement in the U.S interior over the past decade increased and there is an estimated 5.3 million documented children living with unauthorized immigrant parents.
Children of undocumented immigrants suffer mental health, difficulty acessing conventional health, social service and education from deportation.
-Immigration deportation breaks apart happy families who come to start a new life. Rising immigration enforcement in the U.S. interior over the past decade increased the chances that the estimated 5.3 million children living with unauthorized immigrant parents.
How would you feel as a U.S citizen if you wanted to visit or stay in another country? What if the US was poor and you couldn’t find a decent job anywhere here how would you feel? These are the questions we need to ask our self before we say immigrants shouldn’t be allowed in the U.S... Or immigration deportation is right.