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English ENGL 91
Dr. Jason Buchanan
November 15, 2013

Vargas Outlaw For many decades, immigration has been a major controversy in America. The Majority of immigrants come to America in hope of a better life, but once here immigrants face a series of obstacles. Some of these obstacles are: Migration, lack of proper documents, and financial issues. These obstacles have made it difficult for illegal immigrants to gain their citizenship, but despite the struggles and hardships they have to go through it is still possible for them to overcome the obstacles and pursue their dreams. Many illegal immigrants usually migrate to different countries for a better life and better opportunities. Most immigrants see the United States as the land of opportunity. Migrating to a different country means adapting to a different kind of lifestyle in terms of culture, and language. In Vargas case his first challenge was adapting to the language. He wanted to lose his accent so he spent hours watching television, reading magazines, books and newspapers trying to adapt. Language is an important part of living in the U.S. In order to get certain jobs you have to adapt to the language and also have the proper documents. Lack of proper documents is often a problem for many illegal immigrants. Having lack of proper documents makes it hard to find sufficient employment, and not having sufficient employment makes it hard to live in America. When immigrants migrate to a different country illegally they usually hide their identity due to their illegal undocumented status. Vargas was unaware of his undocumented status until he visited a local DMV and found out his papers were fake. Because of his illegal documentation, Vargas kept his life a secret, living day by day trying to avoid being caught. He also wanted to attend college, but wasn’t able to apply for state and financial aid because his lack... Show More

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