Citizenship should be granted to immigrants

Diego Arreola and Diego Arreola

All undocumented people living in the United States should receive citizenship.

With the anticipation of a reform being in the process of passing, allegations between democrats and republicans seems to rise.

According to NBC reports that there is approximately 11.1 million undocumented immigrants living in the United States.

If the United States gave out citizenship to all 11 million undocumented immigrants in the country it wouldn’t only bring in more money for the country and taxes, but it would also mean give licenses to those who drive, allowing them to get insured in case of an accident they would be covered instead of keeping it from the DMV and causing problems for those who do have insurance and a license.

It would also mean that those 11 million undocumented people could finally go back to their country of origin and be reunited with their families once again.

The government should pass a reform so that those undocumented students could finally receive all the help they can get to finish college eventually bringing in more educated people into careers that can bring in more money to our countries debt.

If everyone who lived in this country was given citizenship there would be no fear of being deported and having to work with a fake social security.

Giving those undocumented immigrants a valid one would mean they would have to file taxes and give back to the government who would use that money to fix our roads and fund more scholarships to our incoming students.

Making it an all around circle that develops more graduates overtime, bringing in more jobs and entrepreneurs into our economy creating more and better jobs.

If the government passed a reform the economy would better because without one companies hire undocumented workers who are willing to work for more hours and less pay benefiting the employer and affecting our economy.

If everyone had a work permit and was given their full benefits as it should be then employers would be forced to hire people based on their experiences instead of their lower acceptance of pay.

In the end it benefits everyone because if a reform is passed, people could be reconnected with their families, students could finally receive financial aid. Employers would have to hire people based on experience not on how much less they can pay someone that is under qualified for the job.