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. On the other side of the debate, it argues that they are criminals and a threat to national security, and a reform is not needed. This issue is important because immigration reform will affect many immigrants, businesses, economy, and therefore society as a whole. The mass deportation of illegal immigrants might not only affect the families they have (if they do) but it will also affect the economy. Is immigration reform an issue and needed in the U.S.?
Immigration is an issue that some sought to resolve in both violant and nonviolent manners. most of the time people think the government does not take the measures to tackle the problem at hand. “The responsibility that the state has toward the rights of its citizens. Illegal immigration directly violates some of these rights.” (The Police Should...) In order to enforce the law, police and other law enforcement groups must push to protect the right of the citizens. Also illegal immigrants take advantage of the system by being “granted privileges such as jobs, and moreover they are being given security, schooling, healthcare and other services financed by american tax dollars.” (The Police Should...) Not only that; over 7.7 million jobs were taken by illegals (suspected 15 million).
The bill also helps the state and local law enforcement crack down on any individuals sheltering, hiring and transporting illegal aliens. The law requires police to question people about their immigration status, if officers suspect the person is in the US illegally, and if they have stopped them for a legitimate reason. The paragraph on intent in the legislation says it embodies attrition through enforcement doctrine. Civil rights groups have said Arizona's new law paves the way for widespread discrimination against Hispanics. Religious leaders in the US and Latin America have denounced Arizona's controversial new immigration law.
. . I am sure I am going to get in trouble for saying it, for $65 you can bring that lawsuit" (Carter, 2013, pp.4). The stop and frisk law is one reason I do not believe in law enforcement profiling. Even though some law enforcement officers allow personal feelings and power to allow them to not follow policy, some policies are not followed morally because I do not feel that officers should be allowed to frisk someone who is innocent and has not committed a crime because it takes the focus off real criminals and onto innocent people; it causes emotional stress.
Attempts to improve airport security through racial profiling are unjust, unwarranted, and completely unnecessary. Innocent passengers do not deserve harassment at airport security simply because of their race. Although supporters of these measures argue that they will greatly reduce the chances of terrorist attacks, not all terrorists are of Arab descent. There are also simple strategies in recruitment that terrorist organizations can take to outmaneuver these airport security measures. Airport security can certainly be improved to protect the country, but racial profiling in airports is not the answer.
The addition of hate crime charges does not potentially harm anyone else other than the criminal themselves, but the oppositions of hate crime legislation could have evolved out of jealousy for this supposed unequal advantages. The intimidation of particular groups has become widely known as a wrongful act, yet people surprisingly do not accept victims seeking justice to find peace within themselves by winning their court case. Adding an extra penalty to criminals as they go through the process in court would seem like a benign action to take, yet the idea of providing this advantage does not settle too comfortably in the heads of other non-minority victims. Ordinary criminal laws would seem to meet requirements for victims, yet targets of crimes never cease to get the most out of the loose interpretations of law.
That problem is illegal immigration. Illegal immigration for one is against the law, hence the word illegal. It also is immoral due to the fact that the person lives in a country that collects taxes from a citizen but cannot collect from an illegal immigrant due to the fact they are not in the system. While illegal immigration has its negatives, it does have its positives such as cheap labor. A lot of our immigration policies and the 14th Amendment are not only outdated but they are ineffective that is why they need to be either changed or replaced.
President Obama must also oppose the programs setting partnerships between local police and ICE. The harsh bills approved are not only against the illegal immigration but also, can have many negative impacts on the legal immigrants. (Ejera, 3) The bill would tighten the borders and also, lead to the deportation of illegal immigrants who commit crimes. But, it seems like that bill will affect the family immigration and also the legal immigrants to receive many public benefits. Many argue that these bills are not only attacking the illegal immigrants but also the rights of legal immigrants to be the part of the American society.
Congress should create a tough systematic barrier but a realistic program to catalogue the undocumented immigrants. This will ultimately make it harder for illegal immigrants to get jobs, apartments, etc. and give them the urge to leave. “Many sought to make life less pleasant for undocumented immigrants or the companies that employ them, by requiring use of E-Verify, or requiring immigrants to carry proof of legal status to show to police. The pace of anti-immigration bills has slowed lately, however.
Causes of Illegal Migration Illegal immigrants cross into the United States through the Arizona-Mexico border to escape poverty and unemployment. Poverty and unemployment cause the immigrants to engage in crimes such as human smuggling and drug trafficking to eke a living. Solutions to the Problem Tentatively, the problem of illegal migration in Arizona can be solved by making some policies with the Mexican government whereby the government becomes directly responsible for every illegal immigrant. The tentative solution is justified because the Arizona... ... middle of paper ... ...eillance systems that can improve border monitoring. Deployed Border Patrol personnel should be equipped with modern technology to enhance their effectiveness in deterring illegal immigration.