Immigrants working for cheap labor and getting jobs helps the U.S. economy financially. Immigrants bring in a positive influence and benefits not only to the economy, but to the country as a whole. A Bipartisan Policy Center study showed how a major overhaul of immigrants could boost the economic recovery of the U.S. The study showed within the next 20 years, immigration would increase the economic growth by 4.8%. Also the immigration reform would reduce the country’s deficit by $1.2 trillion, because immigrants would take jobs and pay taxes. Immigrants also create jobs for Americans, about 28% of the new businesses were started by immigrants. Immigrants who owned small businesses employed an estimated 4.7 million people in 2007. These small business generated more than 776 bil...
... middle of paper ...
...sus indicated that 12.9 percent of U.S. population was foreign born.
3- Aquilar, Luis A. The Important Role of Immigrants in our Economy. 18 May 2013. 18 February 2014.
This article talks about how immigrants help with economic growth. First generation immigrants represent 16.7% of all new business owners in the U.S. Immigrants create jobs in U.S. Also, studies indicate that immigrants have furthered employment, productivity, and income in the economy.
4- White House. Cracking Down on Employers Hiring Undocumented Immigrants. 29 January 2013. 18 February 2014.
This article talks about businesses that employee undocumented immigrants. Obama has worked on reforms to stop the employment of this workers as it gives them unfair advantages. In one of his reforms is a verification process that verifiies that an employee i
Need Writing Help?
Get feedback on grammar, clarity, concision and logic instantly.Check your paper »
- The Benefits of Immigration in the United States America is known famously throughout the world with the nickname 'The melting pot.' The reason behind this is that America is extremely diverse and has many different people. Immigrants give America the chance to know the culture of many countries. They bring in their culture, religion, economic benefits, and ideology to America. I believe that the United States should allow legal immigrants from all over the world because they bring many benefits to it.... [tags: Pros of Immigration, Immigrants]
965 words (2.8 pages)
- Immigration to the United States provide many benefits to immigrants and the nation in the past, and now. The United States was a great option for people to start a new life in due to being in new territory, and being in a place where you could have a fresh start. Many immigrants from all around the world immigrated to the United States in search of the American dream. Others immigrated to the United States for freedom of religion, freedom of speech, and many other rights that weren’t provided in their home country.... [tags: Immigration to the United States, United States]
968 words (2.8 pages)
- A student in the Kellogg Honors College of Cal Poly Pomona, Kimberly Aramburo graduated high school as salutatorian with a 4.5 GPA (Aramburo and Bhavsar 47). She desired in high school to attend prestigious private research institutions for college, but due to financial reasons, they were never an option. Aramburo is an undocumented, alien minor living in the United States. Brought to American soil by her parents to escape oppressive situations in Mexico, Aramburo cannot drive to her afternoon classes, cannot attend private universities without financial aid, and she lives under the incessant fear that she or her family could be deported if she tries to work without a permit.... [tags: Immigration to the United States, Immigration]
1389 words (4 pages)
- In the United States there is a worldwide issue that is brought upon by illegal immigration. Illegal immigrants leave their country for a better life, but in reality they are still breaking the law. If there are options for illegal immigrants to come over to the United States such as the Dream Act, it will be problematic. “In 2011 there were roughly 6,000 children apprehended coming in illegally. That was before the president announced the policy. The direct foreseeable consequence of that was the number of unaccompanied children skyrocketed so that this year the Obama administration is 90,000 kids will come, next year 145,000.... [tags: Immigration to the United States, United States]
2073 words (5.9 pages)
- Strengthen The Border’s The United States borders have failed in keeping Americans safe, and denying entry from illegal people. Illegal immigrants enter the country each day. Illegals do not pay taxes and take away jobs from actual citizens. Illegal immigrants also pose a huge threat for national security. Along with illegal immigrants entering the country, some bring drugs, and illegal substances and weapons. Terrorist organizations also bring in hundreds of illegal radicals each year. The United States must crack down on this issue, strengthening our borders, as well as implementing background checks.... [tags: United States, Immigration to the United States]
849 words (2.4 pages)
- The United States borders have failed in keeping Americans safe, and denying entry from illegal people. Illegal immigrants enter the country each day. Illegals do not pay taxes and take away jobs from actual citizens. Illegal immigrants also pose a huge threat for national security. Along with illegal immigrants entering the country, some bring drugs, and illegal substances and weapons. Terrorist organizations also bring in hundreds of illegal radicals each year. The United States must crack down on this issue, strengthening our borders, as well as implementing background checks.... [tags: United States, Immigration to the United States]
845 words (2.4 pages)
- The United States is one of the best countries in the world and the one that people would most like to immigrate to. By the early nineteen thirty, almost all individuals around the world suffered from the Great Depression and World War II. Since that time, many individuals have come to the U.S. from several countries to realize the American Dream, which has the notions of equality, economic prosperity, and political liberty without oppression. Today, there are many types of immigrants: illegal aliens, people with permission for working or studying, and a large number of either legal or illegal Latinos.... [tags: legal and illegal immigrants, immigration reform]
1023 words (2.9 pages)
- Immigrants have been a problem in the United States due to increasing population and jobs being taking by foreign workers. Many seem to believe that immigrants are an issue in the country because of them not benefiting the economy. Which in reality all types of immigrants help out the country by hard work. Work is a enormous reason most of them come into the United States and them coming to work helps a handful of business and most important of all the economy. Although some believe that immigrants don 't affect the country in a positive way by being in the United States, Immigrants actually help out the economy by working and living like the rest of citizens.... [tags: Immigration to the United States, United States]
1170 words (3.3 pages)
- Much like an unlocked door, the border of the United States has been left wide open, leaving the entire nation open to unwanted guests, and economic disaster. Walking in freely, illegal immigrants have entered the U.S. by the millions. Bringing with them drugs, violence, and poverty. Throughout the United states, taxpaying Americans are unemployed and live in the most destituted areas, while each year 700,000 undocumented aliens add to the ten million already present from years of executive failures.... [tags: Immigration to the United States, Immigration]
964 words (2.8 pages)
- For several years, the United States has experienced difficulty with the problem of illegal immigrants crossing the border. Often these illegal immigrants come in search for jobs with higher wages that they were not able to find in Mexico, or in hopes to start a better life in the land of opportunities. Recently, advocates have been demanding citizenship for all illegal immigrants currently living in the United States, however several of the illegal immigrants are willing to settle for a pass that would at least allow them to work legally in the states.... [tags: Immigration to the United States, Immigration]
1532 words (4.4 pages)
- The Woman Warrior: Memoirs of a Girlhood Among Ghost
- Principles of Software Engineering Questions and Answers
- Classism in The Great Gatsby and A Streetcar Named Desire
- Minorities in College: Sports Should NOT Be the Only Avenue to Success
- Why Farmers Utilize Suboptimal Methods
- Chinese Economic Reform: The Late 1970's to Present