It is now the year 2040, times have changed, but the immigration issue remains a constant strain on American progression. Very little change has happened, such as in the early 2040s families were able to be reunited, after the "Bring Back' policy was put in place. This policy granted families residency for 3 years and in the course of those 3 years they went through English classes funded by the government, until they took the citizenship test at the end of those three years.
As for myself I became a family man, but not only did I have a family, I was able to raise my voice against the injustice done to my Hispanic people, I became a community leader in support for better immigration policies. Although in my state government things were trying to get through the federal government but nothing could be done.
I would march to the White House in hope for my voice to be heard. No luck, but that didn't stop me from having my voice heard. We were making a big impact within the young people and they decided to help raise awareness to our cause.
Our efforts were no match against the Congress, they changed the federally funded program and instituted a tax on those that take classes should pay for it. Problem is that most are very poor an can't afford the classes. This upset many people because they believed a change was finally going to happen.
I am now trying to help those that cannot pay for the class. Immigration has steadily become more tolerable towards immigrants and people are more accepting. The classes that many of the immigrants took have helped them have better jobs and better lives.
As we may know, the United States has never been perfect, and it goes to show that even if we try to better many things we will be side tracked by the opinions of others. Efforts to control immigration have been put in place in every border, but no violent acts have ever reported.In 2045, it was estimated that the immigration rate dropped by 32% due to the increasingly better living conditions in South America, Central America and Mexico.