New Social Game Explores Complex Immigration Issue

Designed to spark dialogue and create awareness of unfair U.S. immigration policies, ICED -- I Can End Deportation (a play on the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Department), is a free, 3D downloadable game that teaches players about current immigration laws on detention and deportation that affect legal permanent residents, asylum seekers, students and undocumented people by violating human rights and denying due process.

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SaiyanFury3947d ago

I'm an immigrant to the US and I've never had a problem with being processed. I've followed all of the instructions and payed all of the fees. I have no fear as I'm following all the rules such as not looking for work before I had a social security number and all of those things. If you follow everything they tell you to, you shouldn't have a problem.

xm15e2s3947d ago (Edited 3947d ago )

What a joke.

There is nothing "complex" about the illegal immigration issue. People who have not gone through the proper channels come here anyway (thus breaking our laws) because we are the greatest country on this planet. Period.
Then they have the nerve to complain about being sent back to their native country?!

How about making a game that is sympathetic to all of the Americans that are victims of crimes committed by illegal aliens?
Don't hold your breath for that one.

mindedone3947d ago

are not given the same rights that are supposed to be afforded to ALL human beings.

The ease of immigration changes dependent on the country you are coming from.

A large majority of illegal immigrants are not committing any infractions other than being here and working here illegally.