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Haley Varvel
Mrs. Poteet
AP English Language

Immigration Ban

America is known for its diverse population and the acceptance of immigrants, so why have people stopped liking immigrants, and why are people so against immigration?
Most people believe immigrants have no rights when coming to the United States, but they are wrong. The immigrants have the same rights in the constitution as American citizens do, and the supreme court bans most states from making laws against immigrants (Somin). The American citizens also believe the immigrants that are coming to America are "stealing their jobs", but in reality, they are doing the jobs Americans do not want! The immigrants take the hard labor ...

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