This paper focuses on illegal immigration and discusses how illegal immigration is an expensive financial burden to the United States, and therefore instead of trying to find ways to legitimize the citizenship status of illegal immigrants, the government should have more stringent policies that discourage illegal immigration, strengthens border security, and improves the avenues required for lawful immigration. Immigration is thoroughly ingrained in the history of the United States. Many immigrants offer the U.S. knowledge, advantages, and rich, new experiences culturally, academically, in business, and in many other arenas. It is not being argued here that immigration should be stopped and that the borders should be closed off to all non-citizens. That is a disservice to the country.
It is the result of growing incorporation of economies in the world, predominantly through the movement of labor, technology, knowledge, services, merchandise and investments across international borders. Globalization also has a direct effect on the social, environmental and political aspects of the economy (ibid). Enhancement in technology is the key driving force of globalization. Advancement in technology especially the growth of internet and telecommunication infrastructure has facilitated an easy method of communication and conducting business globally and creating global markets. Moreover the interconnections of economies will increase both opportunities for the business and competition among them.
Expanding the market where an organization does business and promotes its products opens up a larger customer base and possibly greater profit margins. Globalization requires the understanding of cross cultures, multinational corporations’ interactions, global perspective and
Such commerce grew extensively during the post-classical era; it acted as a change among its participants and their societies. Soon enough, the Silk Road extended across Asia and Europe, gradually shaping other cultures and societies. While at first the Silk Road only consisted of a route from China to central Asia, it later expanded to throughout Asia, western Europe, and Northern Africa. Moreover, the political change in China also contributed to the expansion and cultural diffusion of the Silk Ro... ... middle of paper ... ...e interactions around it fostered cultural diffusion and exchange. Many large trade routes such as the Maritime trade route, the Hanseatic League, and the Triangular Slave Trade, underwent political and economic changes; however, their purpose for their trade remained to be the same: to trade and culturally diffuse.
Globalization has influenced trade in direct investments and an enhanced spending on the impact of international trade. Information technologies have a central role in endorsing globalization and shaping the form that it takes. The organizations within Numi and Odessa can engage in mutual trade agreements in a bid to increase their visibility in the global arena and consequently increase their economies of scale due to the utilization of information technology.
“Globalization of the world economy is the integration of economies throughout the world through financial flows, the exchange of technology and information, trade and the movement of people” (IMF, 2006). Globalization brings opportunities with the opening of the borders. There is flow of resources even in the form of capital, technology and labor. Globalization gives opportunity to people to work with people across the globe and acquire new skills and develop individual personality at individual level. At the national level, globalization plays a very important role for both the developing and the developed nations.
This goal of growth in economy can be achieved through international trade, which involves many countries. Despite the obvious gap between developed and developing countries, economic globalization can manage to bring out positive results for both countries. Benefits arising from economic globalization can be shared among different organizations in various nations. When countries get involved in global trade, companies in those respective countries also benefit from such a move. Nations as well as business organizations are able to explore new markets and therefore increase their output leading to economic growth.
Let’s assume this were to happen if the individuals now considered illegal, could more readily obtain legal citizenship, and let’s pretend massive amounts of immigrants poured into the country daily--we wouldn’t be able to sustain society as we know it now, because of limited land resources. Therefore I propose, that we additionally address the issue we spoke of earlier, that potential immigrants are unsatisfied with their current lives, I believe their lives can be bettered without immigration. I believe that anywhere from politics and hand on work in the nations needing help, will reduce the feelings of urgency surrounding immigration.
Frank Sharry, of the liberal National Immigration Forum has said, "There is virtually a national consensus that illegal immigration is a problem." With this in mind, in a few years, there will be new policies implemented that will virtually wipe out illegal immigration, mainly focused on preventing illegal aliens from acquiring jobs.
To most people, fast food is the answer to all of our problems. It is good in every possible way, or is it? Although some might deny the consequences, we all know there is a steep price to pay. So here by today, I am asking you to have a closer look at the hidden dangers. In my opinion, we should free the world of fast food because, not only are they adding the amount of cruelty to animals and draining money out of our pockets, they're also taking great risk of the health of billions of people.