Essay On Illegal Mexican Immigration

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Illegal Mexican Immigrants Raven Reed Dr. Stephen Kenealy PAD 590 D R P June 3, 2012 Introduction This section will detail how and what immigration laws and policies the United States are using to help reduce or control the problem of illegal immigration. There are many regulation, policies and laws in place to help prevent, limit or eventually stop illegal immigrants from migrating to America. The impetus of illegal immigration deterrence starts with efficient and effective of immigration laws and regulations. Senate Bill 1070 (Arizona), Proposition 187 (California) and Hammon-Beason 56 (Alabama) are just some of the controversial immigration bills designed to help stop the flow of illegal immigrants from migrating to America primarily focusing on illegal Mexican immigrants. Both articles are detailing laws and regulation on the issue of illegal immigration whether or not the laws are created by the state or federal government. State created immigration laws have caused such uproar from different lawmakers. The Obama administration is intensifying its suppression on harsh immigration laws; the administration has attorneys reviewing other newly proposed state laws and regulations to determine whether the federal government needs to take action on more state imposed laws on immigration. Author Findings Article 1 The…show more content…
Senate Bill 1070 originated because of the large number of Mexican (illegally) immigrants that migrated to Arizona over the last ten years. The Pew Research Center reported that a large portion of Mexican immigrants are against immigration enforcement laws. Pew Hispanic Center reported in 2008 survey verified that 30% of the state of Arizona population is made up by Mexican immigrants and approximately 94% of 500,000 illegal immigrants are currently residing in
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