Essay On Fixing Illegal Immigration

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Fixing Illegal Immigration in the United States Illegal immigration has been a problem in the U.S. for many years. Many would argue that illegal immigrants should be removed from our country, or become a legal citizen. Illegal immigrants have also caused lots of problems in the U.S. There are many ways that illegal immigrants can, and should be dealt with in the United States. A good plan to get rid of illegal immigrants in the U.S. will remove illegal immigrants in a very feasible way, and would not cost our country a fortune. Illegal immigrants have been a problem lingering in the U.S. for many years now. In the recent past, Americans just started noticing how illegal immigrants living in the U.S. can cause many problems. A shocking statistic is that 1/3 of all federal and state prisons are filled with illegal immigrants. The problem with this is that it is costing American tax payers $1.6 billion annually. Illegal immigration can be dealt with in many ways. One way is that the United States Border Patrol could increase on its employees. This would obviously help on patrolling our borders and cracking down…show more content…
citizens would have jobs. Illegal immigrants steal jobs from Americans because they are willing to work for cheaper salaries. The United States has already started to crack down on illegal immigrants more than in the past. Proof of this is that on April 23, 2010, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer signed S.B. 1070 into law. The controversial measure requires Arizona police officers to question anyone they reasonably suspect of being an illegal alien as to their immigration status, and to detain them if they cannot provide proof of their status. Several lawsuits have been filed challenging S.B. 1070, and many groups and government entities have put boycotts in place until Arizona repeals the law. As one can see, the plan on cracking down and busting more illegal immigrants is very
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