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    was nearly 11 million illegal immigrants inside our nations border. This has been a recurring problem going on since the late 19th century when the federal law was passed which prohibited entry of convicts and prostitutes. Although this isn 't the case of everyone crossing our nations borders, it is still a national problem. Not allowing more people to infiltrate our country will provide americans with more jobs , will lower the incarceration rates, and will allow american tax dollars to be spent elsewhere

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    The Topic of Immigration is certainly a complex and touchy subject. Moreover, that of Illegal Immigration is vehemently controversial. However, when it comes to exercising judgment on the subject and formulating a stance there are de facto only two approaches: a sentimental optimistic approach or a business like realistic approach. According to an article by Immigration specialist Charles Hirschman the general optimistic assertion is that Immigration be it legal or illegal strengthens American society

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    were nearly 11 million illegal immigrants in our nation 's border. This has been a recurring problem going on since the late 19th century, when the federal law was passed which prohibited entry of convicts and prostitutes. Although this isn 't the case of everyone crossing our nation 's borders, it is still a national problem. Not allowing more people to infiltrate our country will provide Americans with more jobs, will lower the incarceration rates, and will allow American tax dollars to be spent elsewhere

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    Immigration is a very debated topic in the United States right now. Conservative citizens believe that people who enter the country illegally, or without proper documentation, have no right to stay. The federal government has laws set in place to prevent illegal immigrants from staying in their borders for too long such as taking away their right to work and ensuring that businesses do not hire these people. The government wants to have accountability of its visitors so that it can keep their citizens

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    United States of America, A country founded on the concept of immigration. Wether that was immigrating to the colonies in the early stages of the country, or the immigration of millions into Ellis Island from the late 1800’s to the mid 1900’s, Its been a strong part of the backbone of this country. The current immigration polices are not harming Americas social or economical wellbeing because those here illegally currently pay sales tax, bring families together and support the American dream, and

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    States, the country has attracted immigrants from different parts of the world. Illegal immigrants form the larger proportion of the immigrants into the United States. Policy analysts, government officials, as well as scholars have sought to ascertain the political, social, and economic impacts of the illegal immigrants (Hanson 11). Particularly, there has been raging debate regarding the economic impact of illegal immigration to the United States of America. It has become a matter of debate and study

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    Back of the Line Illegal immigration has long been an issue which divides Americans into several groups with several ideas about how illegals should be treated, but the two main outcomes are very different. At a basic level, half of people want illegals to be deported and half want to offer a clear path to citizenship. The problem lies with the half who want to offer a path to citizenship so easily. These are people who snuck into the United States illegally and did their best to live under the

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    Illegal immigration was an issue in the past and is a pressing problem in the present. The U.S. Government has been trying to find a resolution to this issue for years. The United States approved the Immigration Reform and Control Act in 1986, which allowed the American Government to punish American companies that consciously employed illegal immigrants (Nadadur 1037-1052). The United States’ Government Immigration Reform and Control Act has been unsuccessful in controlling illegal immigration

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    Illegal Immigration: Too Large a Burden on America “Households headed by illegal aliens imposed more than 26.3 billion dollars in costs on the federal government…and paid only 16 billion dollars in taxes, creating a net fiscal deficit of almost 10.4 billion dollars, or two thousand seven hundred dollars per illegal household” (Miller 1). Some people would argue that immigrants come to America to take jobs that no one else will do, but the illegal immigrants are in fact draining social services

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    What exactly does illegal immigration mean? Illegal immigration can be defined as the migration of people across national borders while violating the laws of the destined country (“What is Illegal Immigration?”). Whether the unauthorized immigrants come by land, water, or air, they are considered to be illegal aliens. Those who do not leave after the expiration of their visas are also illegal immigrants. The presence of illegal immigrants not only affects the lives of many native Americans but

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