Sam B. Kentucky


Immigration is a very important issue right now because everyone is immigrating to the United States.

Dear President,

Immigration is a very important issue in your political campaign. To concentrate on this matter I will state what I agree with and what I do not agree with.

Firstly, I agree with the DREAM Act. This is because DREAMERS didn’t come here on their own. They came here with their parents because they were like, three or four years old. They have lived in the U.S. for basically their entire lives. It could be a big problem for them if we kick them out because they might not even be able to speak the language spoken in the country that they are from very well. It would also be a good thing to keep them here because the U.S. could have a higher GDP per capita rate with more people than it does now.

I don’t agree with deporting all immigrants to the country that they just came from because there is obviously a big problem in that country that made them move away. Maybe it was war, or maybe it was political conflict. Also, in the past, we have treated immigrants kindly. The first thing that they will see is the Statue of Liberty and the Statue of Liberty is a symbol of freedom.

I also don’t agree with building huge border defenses around the country. This could lead to war in our country, especially against Mexico. If we build a wall, then we wouldn’t be on good terms with Mexicans. If we don’t build a wall, we will be on good terms with Mexicans. Instead of building a wall, I think we should go after the employers of illegal immigrants because they are not telling anyone that they are illegal and they aren’t treating them very well.

So, those are the issues that I agree with and disagree with. What I am suggesting that you should do is to keep border patrols without building borders, especially walls, not deporting everyone unless they are criminals or terrorists, and to welcome new immigrants kindly.


Sam B.

Louisville, KY


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