Mexico has a poor standard of living and lack of jobs due to that Mexicans (most living in villages)migrate to USA (often temporary).Sometime only the men migrated and returned when they get enough money but now the stay they permanently or bring their families along. Migrants – illegal and legal Between 1 and 2 million Mexicans try to get into USA illegally but are stopped by USA’s border security controls. Some Mexicans keep trying to get in until they are successful. The Legal migrants are issued a “Green card” by Immigration. Jobs taking by migrant workers Mexican workers are essential to the nation’s economy.
The Upside of Mexican Immigration “All these damn Mexicans keep coming into OUR country and taking all of OUR jobs…” While this may seem like a bad thing to many people, the immigration of Mexicans into America plays a crucial role in providing many American industries with the high standard manufacturing or labor needed, at a much more affordable cost than that available from a typical American worker. So, before we exclaim that Mexican immigrants in our country are such a horrible thing, we need to weigh the benefits against the costs. The immigration of Mexicans into America undoubtedly has a negative reputation, but in fact is a positive thing in many aspects. Through the most basic of economic principals, we all should know that as
In the past, immigrants have come to this county through Ellis Island or an airport, but our current migratory group comes from south of our borders. Huntington states that our relationship with Mexican immigrants is unique due to our country’s geographical location and economic differences. The U.S. News states that “sociologists and others have [proven that] Mexican immigrants are assimilating to life in the United States less successfully than other immigrants” (Schulte). Furthermore, because the United States is a first world country that neighbors a third world country, Mexican citizens have an easier access to the U.S. than other immigrants do. Bringing over not only their bodies but also their economic instability, they make it difficult for other immigrants to naturalize in our country.
Illegal immigration is as old as U.S. immigration law... With changes in U.S. immigration law and economic and political conditions in the United States and other countries, the nature and characteristics of illegal immigration have also changed." Chiswick believes that the entire nature of illegal immigration has completely changed, and so should that of the laws America holds against them. Many economists believe that illegal immigration does not impact the country in such a negative way that many believe. For unskilled workers, illegal immigration may cause these people to be hurting of work, only because many times illegal immigrants choose to do work in a uncostly manner. Other than that, our country overall benefits from these people that we call “illegal aliens”.
The second reason for a decline in illegal immigration is an improving Mexican economy. As more job opportunities and increase in wages has resulted in those who would be willing to immigrate illegally to stay home. As most who immigrate illegally would rather stay at home and work than to take a risky journey into the U.S and be away for long periods of time. The third reason for a decline in illegal immigration is a declining American economy. With lower job opportunities in the U.S illegal immigration has declined because most of those who would immigrate illegally don’t want to risk a dangerous and expensive journey and not find even find a job in the U.S.
One third will be caught and most of those same people will try again. About half of those remaining will become U.S. residents, which add up to around 3,500 per day. Lastly, about sixty billion dollars are earned by illegal aliens in the U.S. each year. Mexico's largest revenue streams consist of money that is sent home by the immigrants working in the United States. (CAIR 1) Now that you have heard some background information and some stats on immigration, I want you to think about one thing, immigration laws.
The outsourcing of jobs is not a bad thing for the company because it makes them more money, but for the people who don’t have what young people talk about as bank! Have to try and make something happened. Gas can run anywhere from $3.19- $3.79 and up in Texas alone. But yet major company’s want to outsourcing jobs, and capitalize on the little bit of money they gain. As they manage to indirectly take food off of Americans tables.
The cost of these illegal immigrants is high and with the economic situation we’re currently in, we can’t afford any additional expenses. However, there is a slight benefit to illegal immigrants. They are still consumers and they consume U.S. goods and, contrary to many people’s ideas, most do pay
Debating Illegal Immigration Trying to figure out an issue that has been affecting the United States for many years we ask ourselves does illegal immigration really affect our everyday lives? Although many of us have very different views about this issue it’s very hard to come to try and figure out what works best. Some of us come from families whose parents were illegal immigrants at one point and then became citizens of the United States. This is something that affects not only Latino families but many different races in the world trying to get into the United States illegally for a better life and a better future for our families. So much news surrounds us about how this has been a problem with many different laws in the country so
People argue that immigrants occupy the jobs that most natives don’t want but they are actually in competition with each other. The United States is already over saturated with unskilled labor as it is, and it would be unfair to allow illegal aliens to supplant access of employers to legal workers. So supplying the flow of legal workers must be the first priority. The reason so many immigrants work these undesired jobs is because they don’t have much education under their belt. The government is allowing immigrants to enter the country with less than satisfactory education skills.