Immigration Senior Project Essay

1543 Words May 8th, 2013 7 Pages
Senior Project
Immigration
Obama’s Immigration Reform

Xihara Rosario

Class 172

Mrs. Prysler

Northeast High School
Outline

1. Introduction

What is my topic?
Why I chose it?
What do I already know about my topic?
What I expect to learn?

2. Body

Definition of Immigration
Types of Immigration
The first habitants in United State were Immigrants
Immigration reform issues right now
Implements that reform needs to happen
Immigration outcome and implications for Americans and immigrants
Dream Act

3. Conclusion

Conclusion about Immigration reform

What I learned

Introduction

Do you know that the number of illegal immigrants in the United States was estimated at 11.5 million in 2011 and now
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So they broke the law, and that means they’ve got to pay their taxes, they’ve got to pay a fine, they’ve got to learn English. And they’ve got to undergo background checks and a lengthy process before they get in line for legalization. They think that’s not too much to ask.

Immigration outcome and implications for Americans and immigrants

He expect to stop deportations of illegal immigrants who were brought to the United States before they turned 16 and are younger than 30 who also met other requirements, including not having a criminal history the president said “ In the face of a congress that refuses to do anything on immigration,”…” I will take action where I can.”

So he expect to stabilize they immigrant economy and their jobs, so in that way they can be legal immigrants and work in what they like, work without hiding themselves and be exploited for other people. The immigration reform will be the top priority in 2013.

One thing is that president Obama made a promise in 2008, which one was never delivered. For that he wants a chance to correct his failures and the people gave him that chance for that he was re-elected for 4 more years.

He wants that those illegal families can life together, that everyone who came here to get a better life that sometimes left their families in their country without any hope can get that better life, that here they can find what they

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