Positive Impact B. Thesis – “In general, illegal immigrants do more damage than they do good for the economy and create even more of a deficit to an already weakened U.S economy.” I. First Body A. Taxes B. National Debt C. Jobs II. Second Body A. Mexican Immigration is taking over this country.
Everyone wants someone to point the finger towards. For instance, currently the United States is facing a large number of unemployed citizens. Those without jobs might put blame on the socio-economic struggle on immigrants and aliens, who just happen to be Hispanic. The main reasons for this particular group receiving so much hate falls on two concerns. 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.
These areas affect American's standard of living which can cause great concern and discussion. Many Americans argue that illegal immigrants are taking all of their jobs leaving many unemployed. "…The more that illegal aliens are able to take jobs in a sector of the economy, the less attractive the sector becomes to U.S workers, and the greater appearance of validity to the lie that only illegal aliens are willing
Legalizing the drug would upset few but in particular drug cartels with a control in the market. As I said earlier the demand could be met by the government regulating the product causing cartels to fall out and be non existent. With all of those reason I believe that crime declining is the biggest.too many people are being killed over the
Customs officers are expected to do their job and put a stop to the drug trafficking but the temptation of making some extra money may be extremely strong. Money is the root of all evil and a lot of people are very selfish. For an example, they know the effects drugs have on a society as a whole but if the price is high enough, they may turn their head and allow the drugs to be brought in. Not only is this wrong, it is damaging to everyone. “It is believed that the loss of the drug trafficking industry in Mexico would cause that country’s economy to shrink by over 63 percent” (DrugAbuse.net, (2012), para.
New immigration reform laws have some good ways to gain control over illegal immigration; however, allowing more immigrants into the United States on top of the 11 million that are already here trying to obtain residency, is absurd. This could possibly cause the national debt to increase and cost American’s many
The Proposal The number of illegal immigrants in the United States is at 11 Million and has decreased but is still well over then what it should be. The calculations of illegal immigrants show that 56% are from Mexico. The United States has tried to decrease these numbers and try to make it much more safe then what it is now, but do not want to spend any more money then what we have already spent. The Government should conduct a plan to increase the security on the border, crack down on smugglers, and also decrease the amount of drugs coming in the U.S. “Illegal immigration, drug trafficking, gang violence, human smuggling and the compliance of Texas drivers' licenses with the Real ID Act of 2005
The poverty rates in Mexico continue to rise and crime is high. Unlike Puerto Ricans, Mexican Americans have no “free pass” to access the United States. Scores of Mexican, Cubans and Central-South Americans have lost there lives trying to enter into the United States for the chance of a better existence. Puerto Ricans The American Fact Finder provided by the U.S. Census Bureau website reports approximately 3,987,947 people in the United States during 2006 are Puerto Ricans. Puerto Ricans like Mexican Americans, who are born in the United States of immigrant parents report that English is the language most spoken.
Their presence created problems because they competed with local job seekers and were prepared to work long hours and for less pay and they send the money they earn out of the country so its lost to the British economy. Case Study Immigrants into California California was sparsely populated by the Native Americans by the mid-nineteenth century. Since then many immigrants have settled in California. Mexican workers Hispanics have formed the fastest-growing ethnic groups in the USA. 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.
As drug smugglers have started to participate in human trafficking and one of the groups at most risk to be kidnapped is people who go through Mexico to get to the U.S. It isn’t uncommon for people trying to immigrate illegally to go missing trying to get to the U.S. Recently 72 illegal immigrants from Central trying to get to the U.S were found dead. It is suspected they were killed for refusing to do work for drug traffickers. The second reason for a decline in illegal immigration is an improving Mexican economy.