This is primarily focused on seeking refuge and overall fight for these minors’ rights and freedoms. Democracy per se lacks in most of Central American nations states. The immigration “crisis” in the U.S. is due to favourable immigration policies that were adopted by the government (Washington 111).
In the United States, human dignity is aptly upheld. Both the minor and adult immigrants are equally represented in the constitution. An equal representation of people in the U.S. is the key reason as to why the thousands of Central American minors are fleeing into this country. The surge of minor Central American refugees has significantly increased. In fact, it has doubled in volume every year. As many of minor refugees have no parents or legal guardians available to provide them with physical care or custody, they resolve to migrate. The U.S. government considerately due to minor immigration adopted favourable caretaking policy for these immigrants (Soerens & Jenny 101). These provisions have even worsened the situation more thus resulting into refugees “crisis” in America. The local border patrols in the coming years will be in for a rude shock. This is due to extra-ordinary immigration into the U.S. There would therefore definitely be an “outburst” immigrant’s population in the U.S refugees’ camps.
The views of the major partners on the issue of immigration “crisis” have over a long period been same and contradictory. This is because American society is both a multicultural and multi-lingual one. The incoming Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), for example perceives this issue as an entanglement of the U.S. expenditure. Immigration debate in the Senate emerged to be a major reason for the entanglement of the U.S. spending bill (Washington 146). The executive order by president Obama on immigration even worsens the situation. According to Mitch, this was an extra-ordinary execution of power by the president. This move