With the commonly known idea of the “American Dream”, America and it’s appeal has not diminished in any way. Those who emigrate their country of origin, come to the United States in hope of a better quality of life. This includes employment, more rights, and even better healthcare. However, when immigrants cross the border illegally, it is seen as criminal activity and is not tolerated. Recently, Arizona passed a new immigration bill that is seen as the harshest in the country.
Sometimes they even still others social security numbers. Illegal immigrants some not all sometimes bring drugs into the USA which I think is the most dangerous thing they can do besides kill. One problem in today 's society is people view all immigrants as labor workers. People tend to believe that immigrants "threaten" American life by causing unemployment. Employers think that they are doing us a big favor by hiring immigrants for under wage and not hiring people that are born in the USA cause we do not like to be worked for under the state law of minimum
With the government cannot completely control illegal immigration over the border, the security of legal citizens is at risk. All things considered, with the powerlessness to control and completely carry out the laws of immigration, potential criminals will constantly barge into the nation and further jeopardize the U.S. lives. Although crime and terrorism has increased because of the absence of carrying out immigration policy, illegal immigration has caused the most effect on the economy. Most people think that illegal immigrants make the country more efficient and do jobs that U.S. citizens do not want to do. Although the truth is that these illegal immigrants are taking legal citizens jobs.
In, 2016 illegal immigration is at an all time high, the rise of illegal immigration can be due to the not so strict measures taken to prevent illegal aliens from enter the United States. Being the root of some presidential campaigns, illegal immigrants are thought of as subordinates to U.S. citizens, and since they are in the country illegally why shouldn’t they be? Although illegal immigration immigration regulations is a huge controversy all over the world, the U.S. is being scrutinized for not being harsh to immigrants who want to enter “The Land of the Free”. The United States does have an overflow of immigrants but the actions taken to help regulate the flow of immigrants seem to be very ineffective. “U.S.
The third reason, to have a better life, can be defined in different ways, but the main reason why someone would go to America for a better life is to either escape Mexico’s corrupt government or to live in a better destination. The Other Side of Immigration digs deep into the lives of actual Mexicans living in their unfortunate society. The reasons to make such a movement across the border are understandable considering the conditions Mexicans tolerate. In the modern world, money is everything. Money is the reason some people are smarter than others, why some people have nicer clothes and bigger houses, and it is unfortunately one of the reasons for depression.
People from the united states are allowed to go and have a nice vacation in these places but yet those there have to cross a border and put their life at risk just to have a better life. Why do these people have to risk their lives in look for something better. The united states promises equality and this is what attracts others and its sad that they can’t come in legally without having to risk their lives. The ones that are here are working hard and most of them do no harm. Deportation should not be used on illegal immigrants.
Jan Brewer, Governor of Arizona, said that “We must enforce the law evenly, and without regard to skin color, accent, or social status, we must prove the alarmists and the cynics wrong.” Out of all the problems America is facing, illegal immigration is one of the biggest. It has been getting to be a bigger and bigger problem since the 70’s and has become out of control. It will not be fixed over night, but every step in the right direction helps. If Americans can pull together and correct this problem by repealing current policies and changing the 14th amendment, this country would benefit greatly.
These helps protect citizens’ benefits from the immigrants that come to U.S. Even though many of those citizens abuse these benefits in a prideful way; “Compassion and fairness ‐‐” (Leppala), these two ideas have been competing against each other over the debate with the U.S. immigrants. The government has not yet passes most of the immigration laws because of many reasons including population increase. They are trying to find a way for immigrants to become citizens in an easier manner, making sure that no one cuts in line. Also the government is also making sure that criminals or anyone with criminal records do not get this benefit.
Everyone that isn’t a terrorist or criminal has the right to come to America to seek their dream. Although it is mainly the southern border-crossers that are here illegally, there are also tourists and people here on work visa that never leave. The United States suffers great losses and problems by not cracking down more on the illegal immigrant problem. What action can the U.S. take? Better southern border U.S. border control will help cut the volume of illegal immigrants crossing the border and lessen the burden and increase p... ... middle of paper ... ...lly, they have the right to ask proper identification proving their citizenship.
There is a lot controversy about this issue because there are currently many undocumented immigrants in the nation that would like something to be done. As well as there are others who oppose immigration reform. Before getting into immigration reform, some helpful background information is that there are currently 11.2 million illegal immigrants in the United States out of a total 311 million population and obviously more because some have not reported themselves. According to polls the majority of illegal immigrants come from Mexico; Texas is the second state with the most illegal immigrants (Jonsson). People that push for the reform feel illegal immigrants cannot be forced out of the United States being that it may lead to the separation of families.