I will pay for the following essay Analyzing the issue of injustice in the United States, examine a current moral/social issue you believe is unjust. The essay is to be 4 pages with three to five sour

I will pay for the following essay Analyzing the issue of injustice in the United States, examine a current moral/social issue you believe is unjust. The essay is to be 4 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page.

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Most of them are from nations where it is difficult to get a job that can help them make a living. Moreover as they are arrested and deported for their ‘illegal’ status, it is unlikely that their homeland may give them a good welcome. They are likely to be prosecuted in their country. America seals these individuals as criminals and deports them. Americans are least bothered how these people would manage a sudden separation from a place where they have their families, houses and every belonging. The illegal immigrants who are deported often have to leave their children and spouses in America and return to their native country where prison and persecution is awaiting for them. Those who support and implement immigrant deportation never understand the pain of getting separated from little children and spouses (Sontag, 2008). They are all miserable ones who chase the negatively privileged and smilingly watch their agonies and problems. Americans are least friendly towards illegal immigrants. Immigrants are facing deportation by U.S. Hospitals. Majority of the American hospitals repatriate ill and injured immigrants as they are not able to find a nursing home that is willing to accept a helpless patient without insurance (Sontag, 2008). Medicaid seldom covers long-term care for illegal immigrants and for newly arrived legal immigrants. Deportation of helpless immigrants who are sick and injured is unjust in every way. Those who consider immigration as a curse are not at all aware that immigration has influenced the United States in several positive ways. It has also been a boon to a big group of non-residents for whom their new land is a land of opportunities and prosperity. Immigrants made the United States what it is now. The United States would never be the same if it had a less flexible immigration policy. However immigrants are always looked down by the native people. Immigrants suffer from various problems related to race, ethnicity, religion, economic benefits, settlement patterns, housing variations, social mobility, nationalities, political loyalties, criminality, moral values, and work habits. The America has never been good to immigrants. The native people are least merciful to the disadvantaged Indians and the desperate African immigrants who migrated to America, their ‘dream land’ with a bright hope. These unfortunate immigrants who came to their new land with the ‘American dream’ encountered nothing but poverty, exploitation and discrimination. Immigrants suffer segregation in work places, educational institutions and all other spheres of social, political and cultural life. They are falsely accused as undocumented workers, and are not given proper treatment in the job places. They are often paid less than the minimum wage as they are helpless and never dare to report to police. In spite of all this, immigrants are ill-treated and offended wherever they go. This is injustice. Anyone who lives within the boundary should never be discriminated. In Letter from a Birmingham Jail&nbsp.Martin Luther King, Jr makes this clear. According to him “injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere (King, Jr. 1963). We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny (King, Jr. 1963).

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