The Immigration System Of The United States Of America And The Need For Immigration Reform

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Need For Immigration Reform in the U.S. Ramesh Bhatta Wilmington University Abstract The current immigration system is broken and have not been updated fully for about 20 years. The broken immigration is a big problem to the U.S. It is keeping families apart, lowering the wages of workers, resulted in black economy, and added to the threat to national security among many others. The purpose of this research paper is to identify some of the problems created by the current immigration system in the United States of America and the need for Immigration Reform. The study is to show that a common sense immigration reform is not just good for immigrants, but also the U.S. This paper focuses on benefit of fixing the broken Immigration system to the American Families, Country’s Economy, workforce, and security. After looking at various reports, and stats the research paper concludes that immigration reform will keep families together, protect the workforce, boost the country’s economy, and tighten up the security of the country. Need for Immigration Reform in the U.S. Some of the first immigrants who came to the American land were people in search of religious freedom in 1600s’. A larger portion of people came to America in search of economic opportunities. When English men and women first came to the American land they were considered as an immigrants. As there was so much vacant land America promoted immigration during the 1800’s. This did not only help to populate

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