Protect Immigrants, Human Rights shouldn't only be valid for a citizen.

Protect Immigrants, Human Rights shouldn't only be valid for a citizen.

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Karla Alvarenga started this petition to American immigration council

Being an immigrant or better known as "alien" has its stigma of being a major issue in society that is connected to the government. The one at fault is the government because they are failing the people and turning the people against each other and keeping stereotypes alive. No one is perfect, society turned the appreciation of culture to hate and words such as Trump has stated publicly, is biased. It is understandable to focus on a certain area to "fix". But how Trump has presented the ordeal is hypocritical when citizens have their own stigma with the law; crime is inevitable. The people involved in such an unjustifiable crisis could be your own family...at the end of the day, that is someone's sister, brother, son, and or daughter. The problems that immigrants are facing that mostly known is prejudice and racism. Overall, its lifestyle they have to deal with, issues such as employment, housing, access to service, not to say the least...just to even stay in an area that is safer than their home country. 

America is not a land of their word, America is presented and marketed as the land of the free and it a very diverse multicultural area. On the other hand, America is excluding and going far as to take away basic human rights to people who just dream of striving and having a better life for their children. Keyword: Opportunity. 

I deeply am concerned about this issue as much as many other people do. Personally, I am of Hispanic descent, my mother when coming to the states sold her car and left her home country for me as a single mother. I got an American education and continuing it so forth. Currently, it is hard to even visit my mothers home country because crime has risen as much as unemployment and it isn't safe to return any more. As an American citizen, we are born on a specific piece of land and have a citizenship that we don't fully appreciate. Those that became legal worked for it, it isn't fair to banish out a group of people fleeting for a reason. In the process of deportation, even so, there is maltreatment. This is what America truly is, it may be better than some countries but still a false pretense. At the end of the day, we are all on this same planet while all being human. 

Overall, I would like to talk about solutions, I envision and strive to one day have the America that The American Immigration Council also supports, "The Council believes that immigrants are part of our national fabric, bringing energy and skills that benefit all Americans. We envision an America that values fairness and justice for immigrants and advances a prosperous future for all." 

When winning a fight like this, it isn't that fight that " we proved people wrong" Its the fight for the equality people have fought for in various pretenses along with history. As people, our equal is other people society. Fighting against each other only makes us ununited. Most importantly, it would be one step closer to the America it's supposed to be. The opportunity for some and not all isn't justice. 

To counteract, keeping a crisis like this going only fuels the government that doesn't even give justice to its own people. It keeps this sub segregation alive and isn't ethical in any way. Letting such situations keep continuing only lets further situations aka manipulation occur. We are not pons, but we are treated like them. As history, our first government had its faults which lead us to our current government. This second government also has its faults... but where is the change.

you are that change.

thank you for reading!

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