Dear Mr. President, My name is Deronne Cordwell and I am 16 years old and a student at C.A.S.H High School. I was born in South America, Georgetown-Guyana. I'm writing this letter to tell you the problems that the United States face and what people face in terms of immigration. Through my high school years I've seen illegal immigrants and legal immigrants that are treated differently because of their status. Immigrants have been deported, leaving families and friends in the United States that they loved and I think that's an issue.
As President I ask you to put yourself in the immigrants' shoe. Would you want to be deported/separated from your families and friends? Everyone you ever loved gone just because you are an immigrant? I don't think you would want to be deported just because you were trying to find a living in the United States of America. I feel like you should let people stay in the U.S so they can get a good education, and job opportunities.
I don't see what immigrants have done to deserve being deported like they have been. This topic is important because I believe immigrants should have equal opportunities like American citizens.
Yours Sincerely, Deronne Cordwell.