Immigration Senate Law SB 1070: A document written by the Arizona senate and signed as a law on April 23rd, 2010; here the audience is the state of Arizona and the illegal aliens who attempt to stay in the state. The point of the bill was to put a stop to all people coming across the Mexican border into Arizona. The importance of this document is to show the effort into stopping illegal immigration.
Immigration House Bill HB 2162: This bill is presented by the Arizona House which puts restrictions on applying for federal public benefits. It was presented in 2010, and the audience is the state of Arizona as well as the Mexican citizens attempting to become an American citizen. The author is trying to make the point that although applying for public benefits isn't easy, it's not impossible. It's an important document
Story of U.S Immigrant These documents were submitted by anonymous writers who give a brief summary about their lives as an illegal aliens. No dates are usually given for these documents, and it would best be classified as non-fictional letter. The audience for these stories are most likely the people who don't support immigrants and look at them as legitimate aliens. Objective of these letters is expanding the word of how immigrants live and are treated. These are important documents because it's a rare occasion that the immigrants get their voices heard; it's mostly just news about how their tearing things apart or causing economic crisis. Americans seem to forget how lucky they are and don't realize how many other people have massive life problems.