Macroeconomic Term Paper, Kenneth Lingenfelter

If the government deports these individuals the

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by improving their education. If the government deports these individuals, the government investment on their education would be a waste. America would not benefit from all the years of preparation they received to increase household income and the overall growth of our economy. Other countries would benefit of these capable professionals whom could create new inventions for our country instead of other places. 5
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The United States is the only place that they know, deporting these immigrants to a country that they don't really know would cause a serious problem since they know very little about the country were their parents came from. Some might not even speak other language than English. Also America would lose people with potential that could help the development of the states. These children had lived and received the same schooling that any other child has in this country. The only problem is that they were not born here. These students are the future of America, which is why they deserve the opportunity to become American citizens. We had seen some advances from the government in order to help the immigration status of individuals that lived here from a young age. Obama Immigration Reform Act helped students with the dream to become all equal to all their fellow Americans. The Dream Act (immigration reform Act) helped many students that have served, supported, improved, and develop the country in diverse ways. To support the legalization of current immigrant students would expand the country’s economy with skilled specialists that want, are ready to work. It would truly represent what we are, “a country of freedom and equal rights”. 6
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REFERENCES The Economist, Mitch Daniels, (2009). Economist Files [Online]. Retrieved November 27, 2012; http://www.economist.com The National Bureau of Economic Research, Ottaviano, Gianmarco and Giovanni Peri, (2006). Rethinking the Effects of Immigration [Online]. Retrieved November 27, 2012; http://www.nber.org National Review Online, Rohan Poojara, (2011). The US Shouldn’t Wait to Fix Immigration for Skilled Workers [Online]. Retrieved December 1, 2012; http://www.nationalreview.com Bureau of Economic Analysis, (2008). U.S. Department of Commerce Economics and Statistics [Online]. Retrieved December 1, 2012; http://search.bea.gov Gordon, Robert J. (2012). Macroeconomics: Macroeconomics. Boston, MA: Pearson Education, Inc., Rights and Contracts Department. 8
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