Maria M. California

Immigration Should Not be a Problem

Immigration has been a very common problem, well I think that the future president should fix that problem. But with NO damage.

Immigration Should Not be a Problem

October 27, 2016

Dear Future President,

Immigration has been problem for many years and I believe that it should be stopped the right way. Thousands of families have been separated because of them being immigrants. Parents especially who are immigrants try to do the best for their children to give them a really bright future. I think immigration should be solved in a harmless way.

There are so many immigrants all over the world for example, “there were 11.1 million unauthorized immigrants in the U.S. in 2014.” (Pew are working really hard to get as much money as they can to get great things for their children. Also, even though immigrants had to leave their homes they still take care of their homes and families it also says it in ( “Immigrants do send money to their family members…”I think the future president should do, is give immigrants papers so they can get to live normal lives, instead of being worried that at any moment they can be separated from their families. I also don't think that building a wall is a great idea. The wall is not a great idea because it is not fair for people who are suffering for a certain reason, they go to different states because they know it will be a better opportunity and future for them.

In conclusion, I think that the president should fix one of the biggest problems called immigration. Deaths, worries and much more is caused because of people doing the best they can, especially when they are immigrants. Future president please fix this problem to not only fix the problem itself, but to make this world a better place. Thank you for taking your time reading this, Thanks.


Maria Mendoza

Health Science Middle School

Health Sciences Middle School

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