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I support this debate since it will work to bridge the gap between generations as well as helping the government in its policies and planning in terms of budget and human capital usability. Through the reform, boarder security measures will be enhanced. This reform will create a support system to the immigrants who have been forced to immigrate due to hard economic times, lack of opportunities, and lack of proper social guarantees in their home country (Rosenblum and Brick 1). The future care of the immigrants in the US will be handled by the reform, which will ensure they get included in the health care proposals and taxpayer-funded public benefits.
To handle the matter on immigration reform and the ongoing debate, I will do a comparative analysis of the debate through thoughtful discussion on the policy realignment and enlightenment within the US. My major point of focus will be on the achievements and the recommendations on the reforms while seeking solutions on the upcoming differences between the federalists and the anti-federalist.
Among many reforms focused on immigration, representative governance is one way to ensure that needs of immigrants are met. A successful integration of immigrants and the locals in terms of governance is related to US realignment of its policies on social contracts. Providing leadership opportunities within them could create opportunities for successful integration (Jimenez 18).
However, this has not been the case since federal government’s steps towards creating such opportunities have been so micro. There are youths in the third generation that are still considered unauthorized hence calling for tough enforcements for legalization (Rosenblum 2). Though they have ensured that immigrants are civically engaged, federal leadership policy needs a major realignment if a successful integration will be achieved.
As human beings, immigrants have their rights. With the
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This is because the undocumented immigrants provided a great portion of the state’s work force. The immigrants were forced to flee because the legal reforms would make them to lose their livelihoods. The agriculture industry of Alabama had the immigrants as the backbone of its economic progress.
The country has been attacked many times by various terrorist groups and most of these times terrorists attacked the American people, in general, and the country, in particular, by immigrating into the country. Immigration reform policies are most essential to be implemented as these policies will not only provide the country and its citizens, greater amounts of support, but also raise the level of economic and social growth (Berkowitz et al., 19-21).
use of the border between the United States and Mexico. According to Wasem (2010), the current proportion of foreigners residing in the U.S. has reached approximately 12.6% of the national population with about 10.8 million of these residing illegally. Immigration reform is a term popular within the political circles relating to changes in the immigration policy.
US IMIGRATION POLICY
In recent times, US is experiencing immigration rates in past few years. Also, a large section of these people neither abide by the regulations lay by proper immigration channels, nor possess adequate documents. The total number of such undocumented workers amount to 12-20 millions, a matter of serious concern for US.
ICE agency works hand in hand with state, federal, and local policy enforcement bodies to accomplish this mission. One of the ICE’s partnership plan (the 287(g) program) permits the investigative agency to form partnership with the local and state’s law enforcement unit under MOA (Memorandum of Agreement) for receiving delegated law for migration enforcement in their jurisdictions (Camayd-Freixas, 2013).
The author of the text stresses that researchers from the Pew Hispanic Center estimate there are now 11.5 to 12 million unauthorized immigrants in the U.S. It is also stated that illegal immigration reform was limited to two basic methodologies deterring illegal immigrants, namely US borders control and elimination of job prospects available for illegal immigrants.
These issues have drawn debate over the future of United States following immigration Reforms. Many leaders have given their opinions regarding the immigration reform process focusing on its implication
ng bad name to the country and pose threats to the safety on a broader level, it is important to bring reforms to the immigration policies every now and then to counter illegal immigration. However, not all illegal immigrants belong to this category, since there are a lot of