How and why the United States needs to end the fear of deportation.

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1. Fear and exploitation of undocumented immigrants

1.1. History of racist environment

1.1.1. Bersani, B. E., Fine, A. D., Piquero, A. R., Steinberg, L., Frick, P. J., & Cauffman, E. (2018). Investigating the Offending Histories of Undocumented Immigrants. Migration Letters, 15(2), 147–166. Retrieved from

1.2. Fear of family deportation

1.3. Effects on family at home

1.3.1. Garcini, L. M., Galvan, T., Malcarne, V., Pena, J. M., Fagundes, C. P., & Klonoff, E. A. (2017). Mental Disorders Among Undocumented Mexican Immigrants in High-Risk Neighborhoods: Prevalence, Comorbidity, and Vulnerabilities. Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology, 85(10), 927–936.

1.4. Language Barrier

1.5. BYRD, N. Z. (2010). The Dirty Side of Domestic Work: An Underground Economy and the Exploitation of Undocumented Workers. DePaul Journal for Social Justice, 3(2), 245–276. Retrieved from

2. We already install fear by limiting opportunities

2.1. US Policies and Statues

2.1.1. Definition of being Illegal in the United States

2.2. Unemployment

2.2.1. Jobs available

2.3. Education

2.3.1. Universities Weeden, L. D. (2015). Good Public Policy Occurs under Plyler When In-State College Tuition Rates Are Awarded to Undocumented Bona Fide Resident Immigrants. George Mason University Civil Rights Law Journal, 25(2), 191–216. Retrieved from

2.3.2. DACA Hsin, A., & Ortega, F. (2018). The Effects of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals on the Educational Outcomes of Undocumented Students. Demography, 55(4), 1487–1506.

2.3.3. Kim, E., & Díaz., J. (2013). Undocumented Students and Higher Education. ASHE Higher Education Report, 38(6), 77–90. Retrieved from

3. Economy

3.1. Benefits and contribution to the US Economy

3.1.1. Nadadur, R. (2009). Illegal Immigration: A Positive Economic Contribution to the United States. Journal of Ethnic & Migration Studies, 35(6), 1037–1052.

3.2. Profit margin of employing immigrants

3.3. Taxes

4. Controversy

4.1. Could undocumented immigrants be encouraged to migrate illegally.

5. How the media paints a criminal picture of undocumented immigrants to the public. Therefore, leading to fear of deportation.

6. Solutions

6.1. Immigration reform that deports criminals with felonies and only the criminals. Undocumented immigrants who are working for families should not be considered criminals.

6.2. Amnesty to those who are not criminals

6.3. Stop separating families

6.4. Stop misrepresenting undocumented immigrants on media

7. Scope

7.1. Mostly in US-Mexico border

8. Prevalence

8.1. It is very common and still a big issue today

9. Issue is not changing for the better

9.1. Family separation is increasing. Immigrants who don't commit felonies are being deported

10. Causes and other contributing factors

10.1. The President of the United States

10.2. Media

10.3. Drug cartels

11. How common is the separation of familes

12. Or how common is deporation