Immigrants in The United States Deportation Research Paper

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The team will produce a report that differs from the presented symposium: The team must provide a unified position on the topic.

Although the report should address and respond to the various individual arguments, the report should do so from the unified position being advanced by the team—not from the varying perspectives presented in the symposium.

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The report should be between 10-12 pages (excluding the cover page, bibliography, and appendices).

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Team Members: Naif & Stephanie SOBA 205 TTR 11:30-12:45 Final Project: Symposium on Dreamers Purpose ~ To present to the audience two sides of the argument in the case for and against Dreamers becoming full citizens of the United States. Thesis ~ Based upon the research, it is determinable that it would be more beneficial economically and culturally to allow Dreamers to become full citizens of the United States or to retain their current protected status. INTRODUCTION • Attention-getter, before you introduce your name and topic (no quotes please!) Providing statistical information such as the number of Dreamers currently residing in the United States. Ex: There has been about 800,000 young immigrants who have registered in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals since the program was created five years ago. (According to Fact Tank) https://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2017/09/25/key-facts-about-unauthorizedimmigrants-enrolled-in-daca/ • Why the topic is timely and relevant Topic is both timely and relevant in that the current administration has called into question the program and its purpose. The Trump administration is currently using the Dreamers as a counter-negotiation for allowing a budget to build the “wall.” The uncertainty that these people are facing is concerning because they may face either a support or possibly a stripping of the legal status, and it is something that is still being debated now. • Overview of main points We will be introducing our topic by providing statistics and explaining why the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals is relevant and lead to first expand what is currently going on in Congress. After this, we will explore some of the reasoning in favor of providing a security to Dreamers; followed by the counter-argument. We will then conclude by comparing the two arguments to see which one outweighs the other; leaving room for discussion on how the “winning side” can accomplish its goal. Interactive component - possibly a Kahoot? Using the statistics in the introduction or the information throughout the presentation BODY I. Main Point Providing the preliminary information for what Congress (and presidential administration) has already done for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Plan in its most recent developments. a. Support Trump has been pushing a negotiation with Congress exchanging protection for DACA recipients for a budget to use in the construction of a border wall. Source: Forbes, Steve. "Time for Donald Trump to close on an immigration deal that protects Dreamers and our borders." USA Today. 18 Dec. 2018. Gannett Satellite Information Network. 25 Mar. 2019 . b. Support Provide a more recent development explaining the government shutdown, why the president ordered it, and how he is “revoking” his more permanent offer for DACA recipients in favor of a three-year extension to the program. Source: Morgan, David. "UPDATE 2-Trump says no amnesty for 'Dreamers,' signals support in broader deal." CNBC. 20 Jan. 2019. CNBC. 25 Mar. 2019 . Transition Discussing the political implications of making a decision about Dreamers with the Republican party currently being the one in majority. II. Main point Discussion of the conservative Republican policy of protecting borders and prioritizing national security. a. Support The conservative policy of the Republican Party to protect the border came after many economic and security problems. Source: Garrett, A. (2018, May 25). Immigrants now make up 17% of the U.S. labor force | Produced by Advertising Publications. Retrieved from https://www.seattletimes.com/explore/careers/immigrants-now-make-up-17-of-the-us-labor-force/ b. Support Many immigrants have criminal misdemeanors and judicial verdicts, and this supports the Republican conservative. Source: Chishti, M., & Mittelstadt, M. (2016, December 19). Unauthorized Immigrants with Criminal Convictions: Who Might Be a Priority for Removal? Retrieved from https://www.migrationpolicy.org/news/unauthorized-immigrants-criminalconvictions-who-might-be-priority-removal c. Support Immigrants are making the government and the American community more burdensome. Source: Remarks by President Trump on the Illegal Immigration Crisis and Border Security. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefings-statements/remarks-presidenttrump-illegal-immigration-crisis-border-security/ Transition At the last point, we are discussing the side of the Democratic Party to provide security for recipients of delayed work to reach childhood by providing full citizenship or establishing a permanent program. III. Main point Discussion of the Democratic party’s side to providing a security for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival recipients by providing full citizenship or establishing permanent program. a. Support America is the land of dreams for the Immigrants in the world, and this country is based on the Immigrants who forgot their origins and united for the renaissance of America. Source: A Nation Built by Immigrants. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.bushcenter.org/publications/resources-reports/reports/immigration.html b. Support Providing a path towards citizens or other legal permanent status would improve the educational and the economic fields of the United States due to more educated workers. Sources: Amuedo-Dorantes, Catalina, and Francisca Antman. “Can Authorization Reduce Poverty among Undocumented Immigrants? Evidence from the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program.” Economics Letters, vol. 147, 2016, pp. 1–4., doi:10.1016/j.econlet.2016.08.001. Hsin, Amy, and Francesc Ortega. “The Effects of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals on the Educational Outcomes of Undocumented Students.” Demography, vol. 55, no. 4, 2018, pp. 1487–1506., doi:10.1007/s13524-018-0691-6. c. Support Providing the story and development of activism that Dreamers have earned their voice in being in the position that they are in. By providing a personal account, such as one given by a Dreamer, there is a more empathetic perspective that can be created. Source: Nicholls, Walter. The Dreamers : How the Undocumented Youth Movement Transformed the Immigrant Rights Debate. Stanford University Press, 2013. WORLDCAT, https://stetson.on.worldcat.org/oclc/855504085. Accessed 25 Mar. 2019. Transition Tying the different aspects of why Dreamers should be given a permanent solution by providing some insight on what the Democratic party has done towards this goal in the most recent date. Source: "DNC on Latest DACA Developments." Democrats. 25 Apr. 2018. Democratic National Committee. 26 Mar. 2019 . CONCLUSION • Review Based on the research of both sides of the argument; the economic and cultural factors weigh against each other differently and it is up to debate which outweighs the other since culture is not something that can be measured. • Memorable closing statement, such as a call to action (no quotes please!) Emphasize the necessity for change to provide certainty for the individuals that are currently under DACA; either through a permanent legal status or through another manner. We can provide the following link to help advocate for DACA to congress men and women. https://www.democratsabroad.org/fight_for_daca
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Immigrants Research Paper
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Contents
Bibliography ................................................................................................................................................. 3
Introduction ................................................................................................................................................... 3
Supporting the Dreamers Based On Moral Grounds .................................................................................... 4
Supporting the Dreamers Based On Economic Grounds .............................................................................. 7
Supporting Dreamers Based On Social and Legal Grounds ....................................................................... 10
Conclusion .................................................................................................................................................. 13
References ................................................................................................................................................... 15

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Bibliography

The following research paper was conducted by the team which supports the dreamers to
continue having the legalization status in the United States. They conducted a project on the
topic of dreamers which is relevant since the recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood
Arrival program are being stripped off their legal status as U.S citizens. The team members
based their arguments on the economic, moral, social and legal grounds. The team also stands
against the inhumane and cruel act of rescinding the DACA program without protecting its
recipients whose application will expire.
Introduction
There is an estimate of about 11 million immigrants in the United States who have been
unregistered as citizens in the nation. However, there is a program that creates a path to
citizenship to children who are brought to the country illegally through an initiative known as
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (Walters, 2017). This program allows has facilitated the
protection of an estimated 800,000 young immigrants known as dreamers from deportation
(Singer and Svajlenka, 2013). The program was created about five years ago and currently,

almost 690,000 dreamers are being enrolled into the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival
program to prevent their immigration. This program provides them with the privileges of being a
U.S citizen such as work permits and driver’s license.
The topic of arguments supporting the case for dreamers is very relevant and timely. This
is because the program for dreamers, DACA is out into question for its purpose. This is
following the president of the United States, Donald Trump announcing that he is planning to
phase out the program. Therefore, the topic is relevant because the future of the DACA program

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for dreamers is uncertain. The president of the United States desires to stop the applications to
the program and seize the renewal application by October 5th. Also, Trump is currently pursuing
the Congress to pass on legislation that will provide the budget for building the wall which is
being debated now. The uncertainty of this situation is that the legal status of the dreamers may
be supported a Trump claims but also it might be stripped. The DACA program was effected
under the rule of the Obama, the former president has been rescinded by Trump who wants to
create a new policy that will replace DACA (Talamantes, Bribiesca, Rangel-Alvarez,
Viramontes, Zhou, Kanzaria and Moreno, 2019).
However, there are various arguments that support the case for dreamers to be provided
the security of legal status after the application of young immigrants into the program. The
objections towards the legality status of the DACA program are based on the moral, economic,
social and legal grounds. The Dream Act is currently under debate in the United States by the
Congress where some are planning to propose legislation along the rescindment of the program.
Therefore, this research will support the dreamers Act from being ended by Donald Trump since
it will affect the country socially and economically. Additionally, it is immoral since these kids
will be gravely hurt by the action of ending the program.
Supporting the Dreamers Based On Moral Grounds
The stripping of the legal status of the dreamers will infringe the moral ideologies of the
American legal system. This will influence the deliberations of the dreamers’ Act which is
immoral conduct. The deportation of the dreamers who are the young immigrants that came to
the United States as young kids are immoral. This is b...


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