Negative Effects Of Immigration

840 Words4 Pages
Every year, thousands of people from around the world come to the United States for a better opportunity for themselves or their family. Though there are always negative effects of certain aspects of immigration the positive effects continuously outweigh the negative. Immigration can influence the United States culturally and economically by bringing their heritage to the U.S. When Donald Trump became President of the United States, one of the items on his agenda was Immigration reform. As a result, the “Build the Wall” legislation was formed. This “Build the Wall,” reform is written to make sweeping changes to how immigrants enter and stay citizens of the U.S. There have been some issues with the legislation as it was upgraded by the former President Obama to make sure that DREAMERS are getting the equal opportunities living in the U.S. Now that President Trump is in office he should focus on improving immigration reforms including the DREAMERS Act because immigrants play a vital role in the U.S.

Immigrants are intelligent and are hardworking people who support businesses and education systems. In November 2014, while the U.S was led by President Barack Obama, he stated, “We will make it easier and faster for high-skilled immigrants, graduates, and entrepreneurs to stay and contribute to our economy, as so many business leaders have proposed.” The American dream of thousands of people from across the word could be at stake. President Trump wants to get rid of the

More about Negative Effects Of Immigration

Get Access