DREAM Act for DREAMers
Life is not easy to be a perfect for anyone. Everyone needs something all the time. People always try to effort to get what they want and need. Many people including me come to the United States to get a better future life but immigration to a new country is not as easy as what we expected. Majority of people come to the United States to achieve their dreams. Some immigrants have real documents enter into the United States but some do not. Those people who do not have real documents are called illegal immigrants. Most of them made across the border enter into the United States. No matter what they are legal or illegal, all of them are here looking for a good life. Many different people from different countries come to the United States because America is a land of immigrants. Legal immigrants are properly becoming the United States citizenship under the laws but illegal immigrants are still waiting to fulfill their dreams. We might have a question to ask, “Should immigration law change for the illegal immigrants to gain their legal status”? Answer may vary from different views. Some people agree that immigration law should change if undocumented immigrants, who already here for many years, they pay taxes, obey the laws and are a good man for the country. Some people do not agree that immigration law should change for the undocumented immigrants because they enter into the U.S. by breaking the law.
One of the undocumented immigrants, Jose Antonio Vargas, shares his own experience of living as an illegal immigrant in the United States in his two articles “My Life as an Undocumented Immigrant,” and “Not Legal Not Leaving.” Vargas was born in Philippine and grew up in the United States from his teen age. His mother sent him to the U.S. without real documents to live with his grandparents when he was 12 years old. Finally, he found out that he came to the U.S. with fake documents after he turned to age of 16. He...
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