The government should also put in intense effort to

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are granted to an American citizen. The government should also put in intense effort to secure the borders and do not let people cross it illegally. The editorial goes against this conservative view justifying it to be an improper step to reduce the crime rate. The actions of deporting millions of immigrants are waste of assets and time and indirectly affect those who are related to those being deported. The editorial eludes that those who support deportation have a hypocritical stance when it comes to the splitting of
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families who encourage the parents to take their children with them in case deported so their family isn’t separated but when pressed on specific cases, they say that kids sometimes have to suffer because of their parent’s decisions. Personally, I’m also in agreement with the writer’s point of view. Immigrants are humans too and many of them have spent most of their lives in the United States and are no different than an American citizen. It goes against core social work values of providing social justice and not discriminating and asking someone to be deported and treated differently just because they belong to a different nation.
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Immigration (conservative) The article discusses one of the milestones achieved by the liberal Californian state government against the radically conservative government of Donald Trump which supports the deportation of illegal immigrants that are currently residing in the United States. The milestone is the passing of the ‘sanctuary state’ bill in a 49-25 majority in the state assembly, 27-11 majority in Senate and is now up for amendments and signature of the California governor. This bill limits the ability of law enforcement agency to arrest, detain and deport people instead of the federal immigration to the maximum extent, hence, the jurisdiction is no longer expected to put in an effort to assist the federal government in deporting people even in they agree to help them in certain cases. This allows the illegal immigrants to be granted a sense of safety and prevent the anti-immigration laws to separate their families through deportation. The entire editorial is the pro-liberal ideology of treating undocumented immigrants no different than the legal American citizens. The editor is in agreement with the liberal stance of supporting amnesty to the illegal immigrants that are indirectly provided by the sanctuary state bill. The article promotes the granting of safety to the illegal immigrants and reuniting their family, by refusing to help the federal government in deportation cases, who without the assistance from the law enforcement agencies, will fail to perform their tasks efficiently. For cases which involves illegal criminals that are involved in serious felonies, exceptions are to be granted so that they don’t manage to escape the law. I also agree with the article to the great extent as it is promoting social justice by treating every member of our society equally and not discriminating one against another just because of the difference in their nationality, hence strictly adhering to the social ethical norms.
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