Illegal Immigrants Should Be Deported

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In the United States, immigration has become quite an issue. Since Donald Trump has become president people have surfaced questions like, what will happen to illegal immigrants. But, beside the president should we keep the illegal immigrants and let them live in the US without fear of being deported or should we deport them back to their native countries such as Mexico and other hispanic areas. As research shows immigrants bring danger to the roads, they fill up prisons, and they suck off of American education. All of these will result in americans being affected negatively in some way. Illegal immigrants should be deported.

First off, Illegal Immigrants pose a danger on the roads. One reason is that most immigrants drive
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Secondly, illegal immigrants fill up prisons and bring crime to America. One reason is that that Mexicans are the second most popular race in American prisons. “While illegal immigrants account for about 3.5 percent of the U.S population, they represented 36.7 percent of federal sentences in FY 2014 following criminal convictions, according to U.S. Sentencing Commission data obtained by Breitbart News” (May). A lot of the illegal immigrants fill up us prisons also committing crimes endangering others. Another reason, is that Illegal immigrants take up a low percent of the USA’s population but in prisons they take up a huge percent of inmates.”Of the "illegal" residents, 20,333 — 74 percent of them — were primarily sentenced for immigration violations, not violent crimes, according to the chart. Nine unauthorized immigrants were primarily convicted of murder, 50 of assault, 19 of sexual abuse, the chart shows” (Selby). A lot get charged with violent crimes, affecting the lives of completely innocent americans. Also, illegal immigrants are hard to catch. “Tracking down dangerous criminals often meets with far less success. A 1998 Washington Post article revealed that District of Columbia police had been unable to resolve two dozen homicide cases because the suspects had fled to their native El Salvador to avoid prosecution. These cases represented nearly two-thirds of the department 's 37 outstanding warrants for slaying suspects. A recent book
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