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RWS 281 Issues on immigration Having a better life makes some people leave their countries and move to other countries. They know there are many difficulties that they have to face. They have the desire to immigrate to have more opportunities to improve their lives. Human migration does not start recently; indeed, it has started as old as human race and made us the people that we are today. There are many reasons why people leave their countries and their homes. Some of the reasons that they may have and want escape from are famine and poverty, despair, political issue and religious persecution, or may they want to have better lives for themselves and their children. However, they know that they will have to deal with difficult situations, which they won't be able to communicate with the other people around them or maybe they will have to work in illegal conditions to get the money they need for their families, but all of these risks are for hopes they will succeed. Most people think immigrants cause many problems in United States. There are many issues on immigration that need to be solved and find a way to decrease these issues. I believe the best way to reduce problem of immigrations is to absorb them and use their talent and give them a prober job that make them belong to society. Some of these problems that immigrants have to face it are: to deal with racial profiling issue, to deal with economy issue, and to deal with assimilation issue. As Linda Chavez, a immigration writer says “before policy- makers can decide what to do about immigration, the problem itself needs to be better defined, not just in terms of costs and benefits but in relation to American’s deepest values” (585).She
believes the misconception on the immigrants made some of these issues that has mentioned earlier. Racial profiling issue or discrimination is one of the problems that immigrants are facing most often. Discrimination is defined as different behavior in public with specific group such as race, ethnicity, sex, religion, and etc. My own view is that, it is not fair to discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race or color in order to hire, job training, or any condition. Most of the time the immigrants have a hard job with low wages, or even sometimes they have the same job as an American but with lower pay. Linda Chaves, Chairperson of the Center for Equal Opportunity in Washington D.C, state, “[c]ontrary to

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