One great solution that was raised recently, was that of “legalizing” all of the eleven million illegal immigrants within the United States. Doing so, they would have to all come forward, go through extensive background checks, and also begin paying taxes and penalty’s for being illegal in the first place. John McCain came forward with the conclusion that this “solution” would not work in any way, shape, or form. Why in the world would these illegal immigrants want to do this without any incentive? Unless you are going to offer a sort of “reward” for coming forward, this just wouldn’t work.
Illegal Immigration into America is not a group of people coming here to do good service and help our economy. It is not citizens that were rightfully born here. It is not one race or culture illegally coming to our country. Illegal immigration is a group of people that cross our border and settle in America not to help the American economy but for their own self benefit. Illegal Aliens are harming our economy and are taking American jobs contrary to what you are led to believe.
Immigration Immigrants in todays’ society come to America for a better life, opportunities, and to be free. The Hispanics will do whatever it takes to any extreme to get beyond our borders to have the possibilities we ensure. The traffic of illegal immigrants in America currently is a problem we face because, they have taken the jobs some Americans could obtain to support their families in todays economy. We must find extract the reasons these immigrants flock to America because they’re taking jobs away from Americans during this horrid economy. Illegal immigrants have broken the law by sneaking across the borders of the United States of America.
Second Body A. Mexican Immigration is taking over this country. Mexicans are pouring into this country, many looking for job opportunities and many of them doing it illegally. There are nearly 12 million illegal immigrants in this country and that number is on the rise. The effect of this widespread movement into the U.S. is a weakening economy. The cost of these illegal immigrants is high and with the economic situation we’re currently in, we can’t afford any additional expenses.
3/2/2011 Fixing America’s Immigration Issues The United States due to increasing economic concern needs to address our current immigration policies. An estimated 12 million illegal immigrants are in the United States and this number is increasing every year. In many areas illegal immigrants can receive public assistance including education, welfare and medical care without paying in taxes. Immigration reforms could help in reducing the national debt while allowing us to retain many of the current benefits given to American citizens. The American public in general realizes reform must take place, but the direction the policy reform should to take is still very much up in the air.
Illegal Immigration and their Impact on the United States Have you ever wondered why our cities are becoming smaller and smaller by the minute? No, they are not sinking into the ground, and no they are certainly not being shrunk by alien rays from flying objects. Only one other possible explanation can be drawn, illegal immigrants. They come to the United States in , as they say, hopes for a better future for their families. They take all of our and jobs and money and send it back to their families in their country of origin.
Same Tuition’s Problem The issue of higher education and immigration has been debated for more than a decade. American educational system is falling to a record low level for its unprecedented low academic standard, high dropout rate, and huge economic burden (Walsh 1). The state should require illegal immigrants to pay higher tuition should they decide to participate in public higher education, because illegal immigrants drain resources; affect the quality of public educations; and take away legal residents’ rights. In doing so, the overall public education system may head to a right direction. Illegal aliens have strained our education budget (Walsh 1).
Drugs such as opiates and crack cocaine should not be legal due to the massive effects they have on individuals. According to Charles B. Rangel “Drug legalization threatens to undermine our society. The argument about the economic costs associated with the drug war is a selfish argument that coincides with the short-sighted planning that we have been using with other social policies. With any legalization of drugs, related problems would not go away; they would only intensify. If we legalize, we will be paying much more than the $30 billion per year we now spend on direct health care costs associated with illegal drug use.” (Charles B. Rangel; Criminal Justice Ethics, Vol.
By denying immigrants the means to arrive in the country legally, conservative immigration policies have created unmonitored channels of travel that are open not only to immigrants, but terrorists as well. Smuggling people across the border for a fee is a lucrative business, and the punishment if caught is less harsh than that for smuggling drugs. Ironically, this problem of their own making has only increased hatred for illegal immigrants, who are blamed for compromising border security. Typically, the conservative response has been to advocate for policies that would only treat the symptoms of the problem rather than solving it, by funneling money into increasing border patrols and constructing a wall along the border with Mexico. Somehow, this costly and wholly unnecessary program is preferable to the simple solution of allowing immigrants to come in legally, allowing us to better monitor and control who enters the
Illegal Immigration Making or Breaking Elections In the last decade, illegal immigration has become a national concern as it continues to nuisance our economy, breach social problems and risk our country’s security. Aside from these crucial qualms that loom above our governments platform, there is a hidden consequence of our permeable borders that goes unnoticed. The outcomes of our country’s crucial elections are falsifier. Some illegal aliens have eagerly participated in voter fraud which misrepresents our democracy; but others that merely occupy a space within our borders, affect apportionment and electoral votes only by their presence in the United States. Illegal immigration has become a controversial issue between politicians and