There are always immigrants coming to the United States. They come here to have a better opportunity in education and for a better life with their family. In the article, “Immigrants Who Came to U.S as Children For Deportation Under Trump” by Julia Preston and Jennifer Medina, it talks about how immigrants are being in fear of being deported ever since Trump became president. There are a lot of immigrants who are scared like Carlos Roa. He was just a baby when he was brought to the United States from Venezuela, but now he going to college and studying to be an architect. He is in fear, anxiety, and worried of how he is going to be deported especially the other illegal immigrants. If they get deported, they would lose their process they made in the United States for a better life. Like Ruben Rivas, a Mexican immigrant, who spent their lives working minimum-wage jobs, graduated from San Jose State University with a degree in business finance, was able to create a life here and for his family. He said, “The first thought I had is that I have done everything right and it is all going to be taken away from me” and he also said, “It feels like a little bit like a betrayal. I’ve been here since I was 4 years old. I’m an American.” It shows how they are feeling sad, fear, denial, and anxiety for him and for all the immigrants. For them, they were able to be in peace because President Obama created a program called Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, also known as DACA which benefited immigrants. They were able to live in peace of mind, but not anymore. Immigrants do come to America to have a better life and for jobs especially the ones with hard labor. They are taking the jobs that people usually wouldn’t want to work for and for a low-minimum wage too. Trump shouldn’t create a wall and prevent immigrants to come to the US. They should all have equal rights as everyone else because they may be different race, but they are all still human beings just like everyone else.