Immigration in the U.S.

2016 presidential canidates views

Controversy of Immigration

There are more than 42.4 million, or 13.3%, of immigrants in the total U.S. population of 318.9 million in 2014, according to ACS data. Some people believe that undocumented immigrants causes economic and social problems and should be deported. But others believe that it's actually helping the United States' economy being productive by creating business because it is estimated by the Partnership for a New American Economy that immigrants are 50% more likely to start a business than native-born workers. These people come from their countries from all around the world for education/job oppurtunities and their goal is to achieve the American Dream, and the president that going to be elected plays mojor roles in their lives.

Personal Views

A large portioin of the U.S.'s population is immigrants, and they have come from all around the world and given up everything in their motherland for better oppurtunities. I encourage everyone to vote for Hilary Clinton in this election because she will represent the minorities in this country, and change the lives of millions of immigrants for the better. Past presidents such as Obama have made organizations under his presidency such as the DREAM act that would grant conditional residency and upon meeting further qualifications, permanent residency. Hilary will carry on this step towards a greater America, unlike her opponent who is going to the exact opposite. Immigrants have given this country great diversity and the United States of America is where its at today because of them.
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