rtant to first of all note that these young people have spent most of their lives in the country and have even undergone the American system of education and have graduated from our high schools. I think that everyone deserves a chance to go to college regardless of where they are born. Under pervious laws, such young people would derive their citizen status through their parents. But what happens when their parents are also undocumented? This further begs the question; should these young people be allowed to stay in the country or be deported?
I think it would be unethical to deport them since they were brought into the country being underage and they do not have any other country of residence. They were brought by their parents who entered the country illegally. However, these children have spent a most of their life in the county and have even graduated from our high schools and sending them away at this time would be unethical.
This act addresses the issue of how they would go about to attain their legal status. The act has several advantages as granting citizenship to these young men and women will contribute to the military’s recruitment efforts. Once these young people complete college, they will pay taxes and this will have economic benefits for the country as revenue collections will increase significantly. The act also makes the country more competitive on the global map as it will make the country have the highest number of college graduates in the world. The immigration department will then focus its attention on illegal immigrants who pose a threat to the country’s security. Due to the above reasons, these young people should be allowed to stay in the country provided they meet the requirements of the act.
There should be a set age limit regarding their status. It should be noted that only those who entered the country under the age of 16 qualify to be considered to be granted a legal status. Those who entered the country above the age of 16