Global Influx Of Immigrants During The United States

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Global Influx of Immigrants

In Texas June 5, 2015, A Salvadoran, Mauricio Hernandez, was sentenced to 50 years in prison and faces deportation after his term for raping his own baby (Immigration Issues 2015, Par. 3). Three illegal Immigrants, Uriel Ramirez-Perez, Darwin Zuniga-Rocha, and Eliseo Mateo Perez, were sentenced to time served in jail and deportation after prison term for first-degree sexual abuse (Immigration Issues 2015, Par.10). What do these two incidence have in common; they were here in this country illegally. With the number of Central Americans crossing over the border illegally the crime rate as reflected in this occurrence. However, these crimes are not a representative of all illegal Immigrants but the numbers and crimes reveals otherwise. Since President Ronald Reagan signed a sweeping immigration bill into law in 1986 (Kirkwood, Par.1). It gave an incentive for others to come to America illegally and the U.S. failing to regain control of the borders since then (Kirkwood, Par.11). Due to this bill, that provided amnesty to approximately 3 million illegal immigrants (Kirkwood, P.12). In which allowed an influx of daily illegal entry into the U.S. with laws that allowed them to be deported due crimes committed while in the America. Illegal Immigrants should not be allowed amnesty because of drugs, the increase of crime and poverty.
Drug related crimes are committed daily even by American citizens, but the crime rate in the U.S as risen tremendously due
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