Roles of the Arms of Government on Immigration Institution Professor Course Date Immigration is the movement of people from their home country to another nation where they are not natives. Factors such as search of employment discrimination political issues and natural disasters might have contributed to immigration. Normally people move to a different country to look for better employment or improve their lifestyles. However the moving in and out of people has to be regulated and as a result the government comprising of the legislative executive and judiciary have come up with laws regulating these movements. The legislature executive and judiciary play a key role in leading the country to the right direction. The legislature is an arm of the government whose role is to make and formulate laws governing a city or a country. Ostensibly the executive is an arm of the government whose role is to carry may have a negative effect in a state such as the spread of diseases and insecurities. As a result countries have kept in place strict measures to discourage unauthorized immigration such as being denied the right to exercise in democratic rights such as voting. All in all it is evident that regulations kept in place by the executive legislature and judiciary has proven to be effective in controlling immigration. References Cornelisse G. Immigration Detention and Human Rights: Rethinking territorial sovereignty. Martinus Nijhoff Publishers 2010. Freckelton A. Administrative Decision-Making in Australian Migration Law. Griffin press 2015: PP 219. McMahon A. The Role of the State in Migration Control. Library of Congress Cataloging 2016. Salyer E. Laws harsh as Tigers: Chinese Immigrants and the Shaping of Modern Immigration Laws. University of Northern Carolina Press 2000. Zimmer W. K. Approaching the Bench From Inside the Immigration Court. AuthorHouse Publisher 2013: PP 21. [...]
Part 2 – The completed research paper addressing one of the approved topics. (see list below). The paper must be at least 1000 words, with a minimum of 5 academic sources noted in proper citation format within the body of the paper and listed on the reference page. (100 points) Select one of the topics below: Write a paper in which you discuss the role interest groups play in the American political system and how they attempt to shape public policy. After that, select a specific national piece of legislation during the Obama administration and identify two groups in favor of the legislation and two groups opposed to the legislation. Explain how the groups attempted to influence the passage or defeat of the legislation. Write a paper in which you discuss the role of the president as chief legislator. Why is there conflict between Congress and the president while the president is performing the role of chief legislator? Select a specific instance of public policy conflict between Congress and President Obama and explain the reasons for the conflict. In the United States, we use the winner-take-all electoral system in electoral districts for Congress. Write a paper in which you discuss the winner-take-all system and the proportional system of representation. For the proportional system, you should select a country that use the proportional system and briefly explain how it works in that country. Should the American winner-take-all system be abolished and replaced with a proportional system of representation? If yes, why? If no, why not? Do not discuss the presidential election process. Do not discuss the Electoral College. Focus on congressional (U.S. House) districts. Write a paper in which you define foreign policy, discuss the role of the president and Congress in foreign policy formulation, and discuss a specific foreign policy (toward a country) of the Obama administration. Make sure to give the name of the policy, the nation involved, and indicate what the policy was designed to accomplish. Over the years the balance of power between the nation and the states has shifted. Write a paper in which you briefly discuss (in one or two paragraphs) how the Framers of the Constitution arranged government power between that nation and the states. After that, discuss two periods in American history that impacted on the balance of power between the national government and the states. Within those two periods, specify what lead to the shift in power. Explain how power shifted between the national government and the states and identify the level of government that gained the power. Identify the power that was gained. Do not discuss the period of transition from the Articles of Confederation to the Constitution. Discuss periods after ratification of the 1787 Constitution. Compare and contrast the roles of the Legislative, Executive and Judicial branches with regard to one of the following current issues: 1)Immigration; OR 2) Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual, Transgender (LGBT); OR 3)Digital Privacy.