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DACA and DREAMers: Should DREAMers be Granted Citizenship?
Immigrants brought to the US illegally as children (DREAMers) should be granted US citizenship.
It is immoral to punish individuals for the actions of others. DREAMers did not chose to migrate to the United States.
DREAMers are already highly integrated into US society and culture.
DREAMers provide an economic benefit to society.
Deportation is detrimental to DREAMers' well-being.
DREAMers actively contribute to society, culturally and politically.
US policy had a significant impact in creating the conditions that led to the immigration of DREAMers and they ought to be compensated with citizenship.
Granting DREAMers citizenship would improve the US' global reputation.
There are Constitutional arguments for granting them citizenship.
The US should make laws consistent with the will of the people, and the people
DREAMers to be full citizens.
There are other alternatives to granting them citizenship.
Giving the benefits of citizenship to DREAMers would be costly, taking away resources from those who are legally in the US.
Granting DREAMers citizenship would create a schism between the immigrant population.
This would involve rewarding an illegal action.
Granting DREAMers citizenship could significantly
the political structure of the US.
DREAMers could be a potential security risk to the nation and should not be allowed to stay.
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