The problem begins in Mexico and needs desperate help to contain the war on drugs. Majority of law enforcement in Mexico have been co opted, the dilemma silver or lead? Accept the bribe or we’ll shoot you— weighs heavily on Mexican civil servants, law enforcement officials, and security forces. Even high-ranking federal officials and military personnel are not immune; in the past decade, two of Mexico’s anti drug chiefs have been arrested for taking payoffs from drug kingpins. Paul.
The first, there are large groups of illegal South Americans coming through the Mexican border annually, who potentially take jobs from native white Americans who remain jobless. The second large factor is that Hispanics typically live in large numbers in cities throughout the U.S., so when poverty strikes an area, in the eyes of the prejudice, the
Even worse 24% of the nation’s poor in Mexico lives in extreme poverty, on less than 1 dollar per day. Approximately 104 million Mexicans fit into these categories. It is no wonder that so many Mexicans try to enter the United States illegally. Many of them know that they will make more in one hour in the United States than they would make in a day in Mexico. There is also the impact on our economy.
Mexican cartels don’t just hurt Mexico. They hurt the United States, Canada, Europe, and Africa. We need to help Mexico stop the cartels. When the cartels bring drugs to our country, more and more people become addicted. Cartels are the suppliers of drugs to gangs in and out of prison.
This gives them a lot of hope and makes them feel wanted. During this time period many workers were needed. Immigrants would take jobs for less money and more hours than an American would. They would do anything to find a job. They would work hard to succeed because they had less than the American citizens.
Illegal immigrants in America practice identity theft where they obtain fake work documentation. If the country legalizes illegal immigration, the number of people practicing identity theft will increase and this means that criminal cases will also be high. Other illegal immigrants in America also practice criminal acts such as drug trafficking. This means that the American government should not legalize illegal immigration because this will encourage more people to illegally migrate to this country leading to increased criminal cases. Moreover, illegal immigrants are not registered any where in America and therefore it is very difficult to track them down when they are involved in criminal offences as this encourage many others to enter the country thus making it difficult to control criminal
This is because of the illegal immigrants that will quickly fill any openings and work for lower wages. Those who are working and making what the normal wage would be are being pushed out by under bidders. The debate on whether the immigrants help or hurt the economy is still at large. If we keep the immigrants here more Americans are left unemployed, but the cost of housing would decrease. On the other hand if the government tries to deport these illegal immigrants and succeeds the housing costs will once again go up, but it gives American citizens
The U.S. Border Patrol Abstract The Mexican border poses a significant threat to the United States from international terrorism, drug and gun smuggling, and undocumented aliens. With the high number of drugs being smuggled from Mexico into the United States Law Enforcement Agencies throughout the United States are maxed out with the use of their resources to interdict the drugs before they are sold or used on the streets. The drugs that are interdicted are just a fraction of what actually makes it across the border. One specific threat is the profits from drug sales end up funding or supporting terror groups or individuals. Another issue that is very alarming is the Jihadist materials found along the Mexico/U.S.
Not all Mexican Americans immigrate to the United States illegally nevertheless, many of them do. Mexico borders the United States making the trip easier in contrast to certain other Hispanic groups. Mexican immigrants dreaming of a better life know of the freedoms and opportunities the United States has to offer. Typically, the people of Mexico are either very poor or very rich with no real “middle-class” to speak of. The poverty rates in Mexico continue to rise and crime is high.
Mexican America Discrimination United States has been the land of opportunities, but because of color, race and creed Mexicans have been discriminated against. The opportunity for Mexican Americans has been limited in economic opportunity and social and political advantage. It is not a secret that the Mexicans come to the United States in search of better opportunities for themselves and their families. Discrimination has still remained persistent throughout the years. One of the big reasons why there is a big discrimination is it due to the high numbers of Mexicans crossing the border illegally.