One of America’s many problems is the rise of illegal immigration. While steps have already been taken to reduce the number of immigrants coming through unlawfully, many are still entering. Such passage brings forth numerous problems that must be dealt with accordingly. Therefore, I propose tighter border restrictions as well as ways to offer more legal immigration to those who wish to enter the United States for residential purposes. By doing so, our country will become safer and more secure.
Coming to the United States is seen as an advantage to get ahead in life for most other countries. When they take advantage of breaking the system it effects the citizens more so than it does them. There are several people who came here and worked hard to get their citizenship the legal way. When it seems the government is letting them get away with breaking the law it attracts more people to come here illegally. Illegal immigration refers to the action of people migrating across the national borders in such a way that is in violation of the migration laws of the country or state in question.
Immigration Helps America Immigration can be defined as passing foreigners to a country and making it their permanent residence. Reasons ranging from politics, economy, natural disasters, wish to change ones surroundings and poverty are in the list of the major causes of immigration in both history and today. In untied states, immigration comes with complexities in its demographic nature. A lot of cultural and population growth changes have been witnessed as a result of immigration. In the following paper, I will focus on how immigration helps United States as compared to the mostly held view that it hurts America.
Countries have defined immigration laws to restrict people to enter their land without proper documentation as illegal immigration social and time constraint issues is areas such as social welfare, health care , voting rights , economy and human rights. A person can be termed as illegal immigrant in a country if heshe is not a national of resident country and has entered into the country without any legal documents or residing with expired documents. Illegal Immigration can occur for various reasons but one of the main causes over years has been civil wars which made people cross borders of other countries. One more factor can be poverty where people migrate from other countries legally or illegally to higher paid jobs, better living conditions and one of the main examples of these are thousands of people who apply for H1-B (highly skilled workers) every year to legally work for a company in America. Another factor could be persecution in their own country for person’s wrong doing in religious or political beliefs and fleeing to adjacent country to take sanctuary.
Immigration and Globalization have significantly impacted modern society in many ways at times they have been positive outcomes as well as negative. The best way to describe these changes are due to the acceptance of the people, the importance of diversity and the trends that have helped us grow as a nation since the start of the Nation. There are current issues that affect assimilation on immigration in the United States; many families try to become Americas by hiding their roots, not following their traditions. Immigrates try to...
This takes job opportunities in of the American residents which puts stress in the programs to a point of break and this encouraging more and more illegal immigrants to come in United States with a future attraction of a US citizenship legally. Restriction of the immigration, United States will help the nation to reduce problems of the US citizens with employment and common welfare. A different reason for entering in the nation is that the US economy is very diverse resulting the in the nation to have various ethnic groups as contrast to one homogeneous large economy. The US nation has its own custom and culture and ways of life are varied than many of the people who immigrate to this nation. There are presently multiple ethnic groups, people of different nationalities, some smaller minority groups who also struggle for existence and their rights in the American culture making the nation change its own way of their own culture.
Not only has the government addressed this issue to be an economic and security threat, but those opposed to the problem also find illegal immigrants a threat to society. Today, the views have shifted in present society focusing on benefits immigrants may bring to the country although a negative presence still exists among them. Furthermore, in this paper I will outline how illegal immigration is deemed to be a problem, the successes and failures in facilitating solutions for the problem, and weighing out the costs and benefits of illegal immigration. Nevertheless, the population of ethnic minorities in the United States continues to increasingly dominate over Native Americans with greater challenges at stake. How has illegal immigration deemed to be such a threat to the United States?
Such problems trigger frustration and pressure on citizens forcing them to flee to other countries with better economic standards so as to meet their needs comfortably. An important step a country should undertake to minimize migration levels is to tackle poverty and development issues. Consequences of Immigration The concept of immigration greatly impacts on the economic situation of the host country as well as the master country. The host country is always a developed nation like United States which has extensive economic advancements. Immigrants coming into such a country bring incredible benefits like; Performance of jobs that cannot be done by citizens of the host country Ability to withstand longer working hours and low wages.
This is at times; there have been reported negative effects, and other times, the reported results have turned out as positive towards the development of both the motherland and the migration destination. Owing to the varied results in regards to migration, policies pertaining to development and migration have been developed in reaction to the variation issues. For example, toward the close of the twentieth century, the view on migration changed from being seen as a development factor to the migrators’ states and as a factor leading to growth of the economy in the receiving states (Geiger & Studies, 2013). This is because of the newly developed problem pertaining to pressure caused by migration. Many policy makers hold that the levels of immigration have stretch to intolerable heights.