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November 18, 2013
Communications

Immigration Laws

Specific Purpose: To persuade my audience to
Central Idea: The immigration system needs to be reformed.

Introduction
I. "Give us your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free." These words are engraved on the Statue of Liberty that was assembled in 1886. The statue was meant to be a beacon of hope for all immigrants that enter the U.S. Hope for opportunities, a better life, a better home. But can we really say that’s what they are given? II. A big issue that has been focused on lately by the government is Immigration law reform. For this speech I have done research about immigration laws and how they affect undocumented immigrants. III. A recent study conducted by the Pew Research Center in Washington, D.C. has found that there has been an increase of unauthorized immigrants in the United States since the end of recession in 2009, which means there a lot more people that live in the United States that will be affected. This can also be said that everyone in California can be affected by these laws because we are a border state, which usually get a larger influx of immigrants. IV. Today I would like to tell you about the serious issues with present day immigration laws and persuade you to help reform them. First I will explain what immigration laws are and their purposes. Then I will tell you about some of those laws, and how they affect undocumented immigrants and society. And I will end with why and how you can help to make a difference.

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(So what are immigration laws?)
I. Immigration laws were created to regulate who and what may come into the United States. According the National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers, this is to protect us in four different major ways: public safety, public health, jobs, and national security. A. Ever since 1960, creating laws based on public safety, is to ensure that immigrants that may be potential... Show More

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