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Immigrations Laws Should Be Less Severe/Relaxed
Transcript of Immigrations Laws Should Be Less Severe/Relaxed
By: Camelia Moreno
Reasons To Come
The "American Dream"
Change in life-style
Opportunities for their children
Wish to be treated equally
Table of Continent
Reasons to come
People who needed
Statics of people crossing
Danger their lifes
What they loose when they come
The obstacles they come over
How people treat them
Create a way to re unite the families
Benefits the parents whom children have US citizens who have papers
A new deferred action program will shield up to four million undocumented immigrants from deportation, allowing them to apply for three-year work permits.
Washington (AFP) - President Barack Obama takes executive action Thursday to left the threat of deportation for some five million people, 44 percent of the estimated 11.3 million immigrants living illegally in the United States
Those eligible must have been in the United States for more than five years, and be a parent of a US citizen or of a legal permanent resident born on or before November 20, the date of Obama's order.
continue OBAMA'S PLAN
Obama is broadening the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program he created in June 2012 specifically for children, potentially adding 270,000 youths to the 600,000 already legalized by that program.
Children brought to the country before January 1, 2010 are now eligible, compared with DACA's original June 15, 2007 cutoff.
The maximum age of 31 in the original program is removed, with no new age limit imposed.
As before, applicants must have arrived in the US before age 16.
Applicants must be in school or have a high school degree or equivalent, or have been honorably discharged from the military, and have a clean criminal record.
Work authorization is expanded to three years instead of two.
Danger their life's
When they come....
water may have bottle and they can cut themselves
they can drown in the process
they can get lost while crossing the dessert
many dangerous animals can kill them
risk of being a lie and the ones in charge of them might lie
not being able to cross because border partol
they leave family behind
they had hard time crossing
they can loose their lifes while crossing
leave their homes behind
Should be less strict with the ones that
have a clean record
have a family
have paid taxes
paid every ticket they had/have
work for the low wages
knows the laws
children who come to study
Should be more strict with
Have done something criminal
Haven't paid for the what they done
Have any type of major crimes
Peoples way of treating them
A lot of racism has been against the Mexican Americans during this time.
people treat them as a low class who don't deserve respect
Some see them as a danger because of the ideology of Mexico and the fight against the organized crime
Not so long ago there was a wave of thousands of kids passing the border and risking their lifes.
More than 500 children decided to risk their lifes in order to obtain the "The American Dream"
In the process of this they were send to places where they could be taken care
With a great amount coming over here there was not enough supplies to keep them warm, feed them, and have them clean
Sir i went thug on you and i decided not to cut the video .
So its more than 2 minutes.
People might say that they come on their own risk but not really they cross because of all the necessity they have on their home. They cross to have something for the family in the future. Some might be bad but not because they are it means that all immigrants are the same.People come to have a chance in life.
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