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potentially arise, such as the influx of immigrants trying to have US born citizen children for the purpose of leaving their children in the US to be cared for, assuming the parents are deported. This can cause issues for the government as they will have many children to account for. Also, people of the same ethnicity may not be able to take care of other children as they have their own children to care for. Children may tend to act out or be uncompliant to live with other families because of the families not being their own. There is the possibility of the Trump administration deciding to even deport US born citizens of the immigrants’ families as well due to potential influx of children. Furthermore, white supremacist groups may even potentially harm the children as their origins are different and come from undocumented families. Advantages could be that the children of the undocumented immigrants will be cared for and will avoid orphan status. Being within a family environment is healthy and essential towards the growth of a child. The children can be sponsored by the family in order to have a better life even in the future where they can work hard be able to become self-sustaining. This could lead to the possible
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long-term goal of bringing in their families to be with them. The children could even be helped to go visit their families in their countries of origin by the family responsible for taking care of the children. Works Cited Kelley, Debbie. 2017. “Colorado Springs Schools Deal with Fears over Immigration.” The Denver Post .
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