Pros for Immigration Policies
1. immigrants help built this country (Helps started the industrial revolution. Ex The Chinese helped build the railroad and bridge)
2. Immigrants come to America to start a new life and get a better way of living.(most of immigrant invest their money in the economic, and buy houses and open a lot of business thus helping the economy)
3. New immigrant families use fewer welfare services than the average native families. (Because immigrants don 't receive social security or aids thus fewer people on welfare and more people working)
4. immigration introduce as to different cultural aspect ( Music, food, clothing, and language)
Cons against Immigration Policies
1. It reduce wages ( makes jobs more in short supply for native)
2. The large number of immigrant that come to this country are not educated (account for 31 percent of high school drop out)
3. Over pollution and increase crime (increase pollution and crimes)
4. Terrorism (horrific attack of Sept 11)
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...s being "fifty percent more likely...to have post-graduate educations" than Americans, according to Simon. The traditionalists opposing immigration must recognize our lives are enhanced by their knowledge and education, and that in order to "preserve our nation", they must realize we are a "nation of immigrants" and let others prove their worth.
The issue of immigration must be dealt with rationally, not emotionally. Facts, figures, and statistics must be studied by both sides in order to reach a decision most beneficial to our nation. Our lives are enhanced by the new jobs created by immigrants, the social service funds bolstered by their tax payments, and the valuable technical skills and knowledge brought with them. These benefits far outweigh any negative effects and prove the value of immigrants as they pursue the American Dream in our "nation of immigrants.
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