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Solving The Immigration Issue
Solving The Immigration Issue
Solving The Immigration Issue
Solving The Immigration Issue
Solving The Immigration Issue
Solving The Immigration Issue
Solving The Immigration Issue
Solving The Immigration Issue
Solving The Immigration Issue
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Solving The Immigration Issue

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This presentation was made by a student in the i.c. stars program as part of "Civics 101" taught by Tom Tresser, Fall 2013. tom@civiclab.us

This presentation was made by a student in the i.c. stars program as part of "Civics 101" taught by Tom Tresser, Fall 2013. tom@civiclab.us

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  • 1. Servando Cadenas Solution to current issue facing my community
  • 2. Current issue facing my community. Immigration •11million undocumented immigrants in the U.S. •The Dream Act: A comprehensive immigration reform for undocumented students.
  • 3. Undocumented Immigrants in the U.S.
  • 4. Migration patterns around the world.
  • 5. My Solution Allow low risk people to apply for permanent residency: •Students would be the first ones to be considered for this option. •Those with only minor offenses in their criminal record. •Those who can prove they have been productive members of society. •Would have to pay any fees established by the government.
  • 6. DACA Link: http://visual.ly/deferred-action-childhood-arrivals-requirements
  • 7. Comprehensive immigration reform From whitehouse.gov: There are four principles to the President’s common sense proposal: •Continuing to strengthen border security. •The president would provide law enforcement the tools needed to enhance the infrastructure and technology that will strengthen the government’s ability to remove criminals from the country. •Streamlining legal migration. •The President’s proposal provides visas to foreign entrepreneurs looking to start businesses here, helps the most promising foreign graduate students in science and math stay in this country after graduation, and reunites families in a timely and humane manner. •Earned citizenship. •Pass background checks, pay taxes and a penalty, go to the back of the line, and learn English. It requires everyone to play by the same rules. •Cracking down on employers hiring undocumented workers. •Government will give businesses the tools needed to verify their employees are here legally. Link: http://www.whitehouse.gov/issues/immigration
  • 8. A helpful hand Senator Luis Gutierrez •He was the first elected official to sponsor a version of the DREAM Act in 2001 •CIR-ASAP – Comprehensive Immigration Reform for America's Security and Prosperity Act (2009) A bill to create a pathway to citizenship for non-criminal undocumented immigrants and improve border security.
  • 9. We can go from this: To this:

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