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Immigrant Military Reform (Argumentative Paper)

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In a publicized meeting to a large audience in Costa Mesa, California, President Obama announced he was considering a comprehensive immigration bill that would allow unauthorized immigrants to "get out of the shadows" (Policy Beat). Several arguments about this issue have risen; among which the debate on whether illegal aliens may get citizenship after serving the military receives great attention. Although there are still many concerns against this idea, it is time the system should be more open to legalize the status of those who are non-Us citizens but willing to fight for the country.Similar to DREAM ACT (Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors Act) which consider illegal ...view middle of the document...

Even if they complete their serving time they would not do a good job as a "real" American soldier. Perhaps these people did not know that among the first American soldiers to die in battle in Iraq there was an illegal young man. Perhaps they did not know every single candidate for all national defense division had to go through intensive training both physically and mentally, during which those who show inappropriate conditions and attitude would be eliminated. And perhaps among those voices who oppose to this suggestion, many of them would never sign up to defend their own nation though they consider themselves "real American." Whoever agrees to be on the line and take the risk to be shot in any second is loyalty enough to get a reward, to be accepted as a part of the country they are fighting for. If they are willing to sacrifice their life to protect us, they would consider themselves as part of this country to shed their blood for what they believe in. These young men who dedicate their lives to America have the rights to be legalized, as in themselves they are American already.Another opposing reasoning is the seriously ailing economy and President Obama still has many other major battles to fight, such as the health care reform, new fuels, and education. "It just doesn't seem rational that any political leader would say, let's give millions of foreign workers permanent access to U.S. jobs when we have millions of Americans looking for jobs," said Roy Beck, executive director of NumbersUSA, a group that favors deportation. What these people cannot see is that, the bill would only authorize status for the people who already have the jobs but illegally, not attracting out-of-work foreigners to cross the border. Furthermore, many of the illegal immigrants are talented with specialized skills, high...

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