Deportation is not a good solution to illegal immigrants
Illegal immigration has been a controversy in the US for a long time now. This existence is old and a lot of illegal immigrants have come into US through the Mexican boundary, or many other ways. Some people have entered the country legally through a visa, but then have overstayed illicitly and are working in various places. Illegal immigrants has provided the economy with price welfares as they are not waged so much, while they been extra dynamic. Deporting illegal immigrants has been a controversial argument years ago. This paper shall take a look at some evidences relevant to illegal immigration in the United States and to show that illegal immigrants should not be deported. First and foremost, illegal immigrants are important in the society of America. They take jobs that natives are unwillingly to do. Without the immigrants, who will be doing the jobs that Americans would not do? They do work like skinning, gutting and cutting fish which is not a pleasant work to do. It’s very rare to see an American to stand for ten hours or more a day in the cold to cut fish and get paid minimum wage. If they are deported, who will be doing the job? There will be a lot of vacant spots for jobs but certainly, Americans won’t do it. Dowskin mentioned in her article “In their wake are thousands of vacant positions and hundreds of angry business owners staring at unpicked tomatoes, un-cleaned fish, and unmade beds.(cite) “Somebody has to figure this out. The immigrants aren’t coming back to Alabama—they’re gone,” Rhodes says. “I have 158 jobs, and I need to give them to somebody.” (cite) Also immigration touches U.S. incomes through its impact on tax revenue and public expenditure. Immigrants pay income, payroll, sales, property, and other taxes, with lower-skilled immigrants making smaller contributions. “Immigration generates extra income for the U.S. economy, even as it pushes down wages for some workers. By...
... Immigration in America Today
Every year, hundreds of thousands of immigrants, legal and illegal, from across the Mexican border, come to the United States. These immigrants come because they want a chance at a better life. Many people believe the United States is the best place to go. There is more freedom, protection, and benefits, which seems like a good deal to immigrants. But the large number of immigration is affecting the current citizens of the United States. Taxpayers are forced to pay for the welfare and schooling for many of these immigrants, some who are illegal aliens. Some citizens blame crime, poverty, and overpopulation on immigration. The government has tried somewhat to restrict immigration but the laws are still too lenient. If nothing is done to stabilize the immigration to this country, what will become of population in the next decade? Immigration can become a serious problem to this country if the government does not produce stricter laws.
The government must restrict immigration laws because of overpopulation of the United States. Immigration has been affecting Americas population for over two hundred years now. Back in the 1800’s immigration was encouraged so that the New World could become prosperous....
June 23, 2013
Illegal Immigration in America
One of the most controversial political issues today is illegal immigrants. Illegal
immigrants is a serious problem that has to stop, because it is unfair to the people here in
America. Illegal immigration is also unfair for the country that the immigrant left. It is public
knowledge that the majority of the illegal immigrants in America come from Mexico. This is
a problem that must me stopped as it hurts America’s economy and tax paying citizens. Illegal
immigrants live off tax payers, take jobs and housing of hard working citizens, and leave there
country of birth without skilled workers and help leave their own country into poverty.
Legal American citizens pay taxes that help support welfare, health care, public schools
and many other social services, many of which are taken advantage of by illegal immigrants.
Illegal immigrants do not have to pay as many taxes as citizens do, illegal immigrants don’t
have to pay social security. This isn’t fair to Americans. I personally don’t care if people migrate
here I just want them to have to pay taxes just like everyone else. Illegal immigrants need to...
...Professor Pauline Rodock
October 10, 2012
Illegal Immigration in AmericaAmerica has always been a country of immigrants. Ever since the birth of this nation, waves of immigrants have come here in search of a happier life. America is known all over the world as a place where people can be free in so many different ways, a place where prosperity is possible for those who work hard and want a better life for their offspring. The dilemma is though, many of those pursuing the “American Dream” come here illegally, and thus breaking the laws of the very same country they want to live in, right from the beginning. This research exposes some facts about the so heated debate of illegal immigration in America.
In recent years America has experienced a record of illegal immigration without precedents. According to the USCIS (United States Citizenship and Immigration Service) there are two classes of illegal immigrants. First class corresponds to “over-stayers”, and this refers to those people who at some point legally entered the United States under any kind of visa, and simply stayed once that document expired. Most of this “over-stayers” are foreigners who came to the United States with student visas, or who came here with tourist/business visas. Even though once they over stay they are considered...
...Format: MLAPages: 5SummaryThis paper is a study of the causes and effects that immigration has caused in the United States Of America, and how migration has centered around the countryThe search for food and new land has driven humans from one end to another end. With time, the need increased into the quest of knowledge and thirst of wisdom, eventually as the periods started to pass by, development started in some countries, and some countries were left far behind. This partial development of the world brought a new kind of movement, known as migration. Countries were jobs, are scarce, and there is not enough money to be made to fulfill dreams, and desire, have started losing their citizens to developed countries, legally and illegally. The United States of America is one such country, where people actually from all known parts of the world have emigrated, for a future full of hope and desire.
The United States of America is perhaps the only country in the world, which is based on the pillars of migration by citizens of other nations over the periods of time. The actual citizens were supposed to be of Red Indian origins, and their tribes were demolished by the British army during their conquests, and the Caucasian population today has their ancestral origins in Europeans invaders and travelers. These settlers then brought in slaves from other parts of the world, mainly then people from Africa, who were of health...
March 12, 2012
Dr. Kimberly Stanley
In the United States of America, we live in a sea of opportunity. Many people come from other countries to live in America to explore those opportunities, but the laws governing immigration have failed to change with the ever-increasing immigrant population. We watch as Border States deal with the rising costs to supportimmigrants and wonder whether this was what the founding fathers had in mind when the first Immigration Laws were passed. We wonder about the effects on America’s economy as our immigrant population work in this country then send these U.S. dollars to their home country to support their families. We observe an ever-changing landscape continually affected by the legal and illegal immigrants who land in our great country. We contemplate whether America is the land of opportunity and the land of the free, or simply a place for immigrants to land and live for free. As citizens, it is not only our right, but also our duty, to question our leaders and our laws particularly when those laws no longer appear to fit America’s vision. Immigration laws have remained stagnant for far too long and, although immigrants were the founding fathers of our nation, it is time to examine America’s position...
November 4, 2014
Illegal immigration, a fervently debated issue in the United States, is defined as the migration of people across national borders, or the residence of foreign nationals in a country, in a way that is illegal according to the immigration laws of the destination country. Because the United States is such an attractive country, for it provides opportunity and prosperity, many people who live in less fortunate countries legally and illegally migrate to the United States. Illegal immigration causes a great ordeal, because many politicians and economists argue that illegal immigrants are an economic burden to the United States. On the other hand, some economists claim that illegal immigrants do not actually hurt the economy but they help it.
In the article “Illegal Aliens a Drain on U.S. Taxpayers, Report Says” Writer R. Cort Kirkwood argues that Illegal aliens are largely poor, uneducated and drain the welfare and public education systems, which causes a burden on the economy. Because most immigrants don’t have papers to work, they have to take jobs, which pay less then minimum wage causing them to live in poverty. Kirkwood writes,
“’according to the CIS (Center for Immigration Studies) …Illegals live in poverty at high rates because they earn much less money compared to Americans. The...
High immigrant areas are not the only places being effected by the ever enlarging annual intake of both legal and illegal immigrants; the workplace is already harsh for the working poor in America as it is. The facts of the working poor life style are hard enough to understand but don’t compare to immigrant workers life style. This essay will discuss the financial and physical effects on the working poor and immigrants, and why immigration is doing more harm than good for our economy. I will put together a practical solution and express my feelings on the matters.
The educated article by Steven Camarota, “Does immigration harm the poor?”, has multiple statistical points over immigration that come from a sturdy research council called the NRC. Each year the United States admits between 700k and 900k legal immigrants; additionally, the Immigration and Naturalization Service estimates that 5 million illegal aliens now live in the country with 400k new illegal aliens settling annually (Camarota 1). Those numbers are relatively small compared to the overall population of the country but they still have a big effect. Six states—California, New York, Texas, Florida, New Jersey, and Illinois—which have only 38 percent of the nation's total population, account for three-fourths of the...
... A Country for All
Immigrants come from all over the world. Many flee their country seeking to fulfill their wants and necessary needs to live. The United States of America offers great job opportunities and a healthy environment to live. Some of the reasons for leaving their homeland to become residents in America are: wealth, prosperity, hardship, poverty and family. Sometimes, their previous country they resided does not provide enough money to live. Nothing in the world is free and sometimes jobs are not so easy to get, especially with no education. Most immigrants live in poverty, and with no education, jobs do not come easily, making it hard to live in their country. America offers both, education and job opportunities. Now is the time for the government of the United States to considerately review and pass laws regarding immigration to this country and provide a modern, safe and reasonable system for immigration.
A reason why America is affected and objects to immigration, is the population, it brings cheap labor and it lowers America's living standards. A long time ago, America had room for immigrants and welcomed foreign visitors, until about ninety years ago that changed. Congress passed a law limiting the numbers of immigrants. Since 1908 migrant labor has been part of...