A discussion in class was then undergone over the

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to the action of deporting undocumented citizens out of the US. A discussion in class was then undergone over the differences between returns and removals. Returns occur when a person is informally put on a bus back to the border with no permanent mark on their immigration records. Removals are formal deportations issued by officers or judges that go on the permanent records of the ‘removed’ citizens. The article on the Denver Post pertains to the points discussed in class in regards to removals and returns. This is seen through the Trump Administration and ICE being antagonized within the post. This inclusion is emphasized by the mentioning of Antezana stating
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that fear is being instilled within the citizens in the Colorado Springs area. The subject of deporting immigrants even became a sensitive subject to discuss in schools for fear of giving away the legal statuses of certain immigrants. The implications mentioned in the article such as the case of Carlos Cielo being separated from his family were also mentioned in class. This causes the considered to be unethical implication of having a child alone without the company of their families. A possible solution that can be executed is to help the US citizen born children of undocumented immigrants. This should be comprised of a system that strives to put children with families of the same ethnicity to avoid racial mistreatment. Children will be taken care of and can be helped towards striving for a better future for themselves. Disadvantages can
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  • Fall '17
  • Chesnais
  • Immigration to the United States

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