Illegal Immigration In The US

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Illegal Immigration Illegal Immigration Illegal immigration includes many different status and differentrequirements to get in the process. There are many reasons and circumstances that the illegal immigrants have when they across the line, putting sometimes in risk their lives or just they leave their beliefs, cultures and loving families. The follow table will show the population of Illegal Immigrant’s increases. Table 1 Spread of Distribution of Locations Where Illegal Immigrants Reside by State. The population of Illegal Immigrant has increased since 2000 around the country estimated from 11.5 to 12 million individuals. The more impact of this situation has been showed in California Sate. Note. From The Pew…show more content…
Some immigrants from South America may fly into Mexico and there they may illicit pay for the assistance of a “coyote,” to get some help to attempt illegally cross the border into the United States. This illegal action is very dangerous for them because most of the time people include complete families with children. Other illegal immigrants may try to cross the border into the United States by cramming into shipping containers, trucks, or boxcars. They may be able to pay off corrupt authority figures to gain entry into a specific country. Most will find a way to get to their destination and oftentimes. These two last methods origins lot indices of deaths around the country every day that is shows through the follow illustration. This information was taken under average deaths since 2001 to…show more content…
border of those attempting to cross into the United States from Mexico without authorization from the Federal government of the United States. The number of deaths has steadily increased since the middle 1990s with exposure (including heat stroke, dehydration, and hyperthermia) being the leading cause. According to the United States Border Patrol, 1,954 people died crossing the U.S–Mexico border between the years 1998-2004. In the fiscal year ending September 29, 2004, 460 migrants died crossing the U.S.-Mexico border. In 2005, more than 500 died across the entire U.S.-Mexico border. The number of yearly border crossing deaths has doubled since 1995. The statistics cited by scholars and the media are merely the number of known deaths, and do not include those that have never been found, grossly underestimating the actual number of migrants that have died attempting unauthorized border crossings. Mexico's Secretarial of Foreign Affairs) has compiled data that includes deaths on the Mexican side of the border area during the period from 1994 to 2000. Their data show 87 deaths in 1996, 149 in 1997, 329 in 1998, 358 in 1999, and 499 in 2000. As a result, to take dangerous routes, illegal immigrants need to across the Arizona desert putting their lives in risk with their families and

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