Essay on illegal immigration: working bibliography

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Professor Hiesterman
SYG 2000
9 April 2014
Annotated Bibliography: Illegal Immigration An illegal immigrant is a foreigner who has entered or resides in a country without the countries authorization. According to the C.I.A. "the nations immigrant population reached a record of 37.9 million in 2007 and nearly one in three immigrants is an illegal alien."(Camarota) In 2000 there were reported 214 million immigrants in the world, "immigrants now make up 3.1 percent of the world population." (Gonzalez and Nowicki) Normally illegal immigrants go overlooked in big economies, usually taking jobs that the citizens will not do. However when a recession hits the illegal immigrants will be looked down on and blamed for being the cause of
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This reference is of value to my research because it shows the negative effects of illegal immigration and then comes up with a solution to the problem. By putting more funding into boarder protection we would be able to lower the threat that illegal immigration causes.

García, Angel Solano "Does Illegal Immigration Empower Rightist Parties?" Journal of Population Economics 19 (2006): 649-670 Web. 6 April 2014

Angel Solano Garcia has published 17 papers, all of which have related to economics or immigration. The main purpose of the paper is to show the political influence that illegal immigration has on elections in America. Illegal immigration has turned into a smuggling crime and gangs will take people over the border in exchange for money, most immigrants "are caught up with organized crime by these criminal

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