Illegal Aliens Illegal immigration is a problem that affects all around the world but mainly America. Illegal immigration, especially from Mexico threatens the United States several ways. Illegal immigration harms America economy by using social services and by taking jobs from Native Americans. It also harms America because the United States is looking to control over who comes over its borders. (DW pg.17) Many Americans blamed illegal immigrants for causing unemployed and hardship for Americans workers because they work for low wages.
My argument is that the United States government should not put as much time and effort into stopping illegal immigration. The current system wastes a lot of time and money trying to prevent illegal immigration and trying to deport every illegal immigrant that they find. Illegal immigration is when someone who is not a US citizen comes to the United States to live without having the proper papers and going through the process of becoming a citizen. Many Americans believe that they are losing jobs to these illegal immigrants and that illegal immigration should be stopped. The issue with that is that there is currently no way to stop all of the illegal immigrants from making their way into the United States.
I. Opening the Case a. Overcrowding is a serious problem in our country and our land seems to be packed. Some people have entered the country legally through a visit visa, but then have stayed illegally and are working in various places; Immigrants are causing a lot of crowding in this country. These illegal and uninvited guests help themselves to jobs, education, welfare and unemployment compensation without paying taxes. More immigrants mean more opportunity for terrorists, drug dealers, and other criminals to enter the country.
Illegal immigrants: Should they be citizens? For seeking of better life and dreaming to become a part of the American culture many immigrants are getting in the United States since over a decade. However thousands and thousands of immigrants have begun to enter the United States illegally. Those people who ignore the law set by the American government are called illegal immigrants. Most of those illegal immigrants are uneducated; poor and they are intended to commit criminal activities.
Illegal immigration is when a person enters a country without following the legal means of doing so, such as applying for a green card. Legal immigration is when a person enters a country by following all the legal requirements. The United States is concerned about this because of the ever increasing population of the country. This paper will bring to attention some of the
The Mexican Drug Wars which have brutally caused harm to the people of Mexico are spilling over into the United States through the entrance of illegal immigrants. Contrary to common belief, the threat of violence has infiltrated the country beyond just the bordering states. Violence from Mexican gang members has reached areas as far from the border as Anchorage, Alaska (Caldwell 1). This is a serious threat to all U.S. citizens and could be avoided if the entrance of illegal immigrants could be ended. The Arizona immigration law would be instrumental in helping to keep illegal immigrants out of the United States especially because, “Arizona and Atlanta are seeing the worst of the violence because they are major drug distribution hubs thanks to their webs of interstate highways,” (Caldwell 2).
The process of beefing up the border, passing and enforcing new laws to punish employers who hire undocumented workers and raiding and detaining them at place of their residency takes a large number of effort and funds that could be better spent on social programs. There is too much focus on the term of “illegal immigrant” and not enough exploration of why these people are here. The illegal immigrants are for the most part migrant workers that are willing to risk detainment, deportation or even death while crossing the border because they are aware that there are jobs for them in the United States. Linda Chavez states, “The real question is not whether the U.S. has the means to stop illegal immigration … but whether we would be better off as a nation without these workers” (527). She continues by stating facts that describe the positive effect of immigrants on the economy.
An illegal immigrant is any person who enters the United States illegally, or any person who enters legally and stays past the time legally allowed. There are many arguments that support allowing illegal immigrants into America. Illegal immigrants are essential to the American economy, they contribute more to the government than they receive in benefits, and current” ihttp://www.customessaymeister.com/customessays/Immigration/9282.htmmmigration policies are discriminatory. 10.) “No, they shouldn't be allowed in the U.S. WHY?
They come to this country because they aren’t safe in their country and they have to live their country scare. Illegal immigrants come to spend because they buy things that they never have before so helps economic. Illegal immigrants help the economic by opening bank accounts that give interest and dividends to banks. If the illegal immigrants are legalized it can help the government know how many people are here. There are many illegal immigrants in this country but it is because they are in needed and this country also gets advantage of them.
First off, this would increase illegal immigration. If immigrants from other countries see that illegal immigrants in the US can get citizenship, then they are just going to come here illegally rather than wait for the long hard process of legal immigration. Second, we would be rewarding criminals. People living in the United States have to pay for there crimes, should illegal immigrants too? By giving undocumented immigrants citizenship we would be rewarding criminals.