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Although much of the Dream Act is misunderstood, the fact of the matter is that these children of illegal immigrants must meet stringent requirements and comply with all of the criteria in order to be illegible for the type of amnesty the Act provides. When all the requirements of the Dream Act are met by the candidate, then the minor is given permission to stay in the country for 6 years; upon successful completion of such residence, the individual is then able to apply for citizenship. In this way, the Dream Act allows temporary residency only for minors who have good character. As a function of this, the Dream Act gives an opportunity to build the career of otherwise helpless children who have what many would term a very dark life perennially branded as “illegal” without the restitution that such an act provides. Due to this reason and many others, I wholeheartedly support this Act.
Although one cannot blame certain segments of society for being very anti-illegal immigration (due in no small part to the fact that it is a clear abrogation of the nation’s immigration law), it is however summarily unfair to punish the children of these illegal immigrants with the same labels that condemn their parents to a life on the sidelines of American society. Due to the fact that the children who migrated along with their parents are innocent and helpless, the Act is able to make such a distinction and seek to close a necessary loophole and oversight of current immigration law as to make it more humane and reasonable. However, beyond just being reasonable, the Act allows for an entire generation of “American” youths to integrate and participate in the society that they have thus far known and accepted as their own.
Even though the Dream Act attempts to specifically nurture the life of migrant youths, this could also motivate more illegal
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Author Name Instructor’s Name Assignment Subject Date of Submission Proposal Essay on “The DREAM Act” Introduction Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors Act (or the DREAM Act) is a proposed legislation in the United States, which is aimed at immigration reform that can be considered as one of the various immigration-related bills that were presented to the law making bodies of the country at the federal level.
Disease and illness constitute aberrations in the health of a person and are used to categorize a state of being unwell. Disease arises from a physician's diagnosis of a pathophysiological abnormality and is the main focus of the practice of medicine. Disease diagnosis is followed by appropriate therapeutic interventions (Dingwall, 1976).
However, because they are labeled illegal immigrants - which is not their fault because they did not choose to come to come to America on their own – they have very little opportunity to test their dreams and prosper in this great nation. Instead, they
However, the children of illegal immigrants to qualify for dream act must have to comply with certain rules and criteria. When all the requirements of the Dream Act are met by the candidate, then the minor is given permission to stay in the country for
ng immigrants would be required to have graduated from United States high schools, to have arrived in the United States as minors, and must have been residing in the United States for a minimum of five years before the introduction of the bill. In addition, if these qualifying
They have to prove that they have either attended college or served in the military for a period of not less than 2 years (Miranda). The young people will also need to prove that have never engaged in any criminal activities throughout their stay in the country.
Pundits see it as a bill that promotes illegal immigration, injures the immigration system, and serves as an ‘amnesty program’. In contrast, its supporters argue that it presents a number of economic and social benefits.
Although the DREAM Act
The immigrants either cross the border by foot or hide themselves in transportation media whose destinations are in the country. The social problem of illegal immigration emerged late in the 1980s in California when Mexicans started crossing the border