Immigrants should be allowed to remain in the country because many families would be separated, they are already accustomed to the American society, and they contribute to the economy. The issue is about immigration in the United States, about how immigrants are coming into the country every year and it seems not to stop. Year after year, it has become a major problem in the U.S, that they ask
Every immigrations is mainly because they want to move from a poor to a richer country. However, illegal immigrants tend not to be the poorest within their population. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Immigration, u.d.) There a many reasons why people leave their home country. Immigrants are motivated to leave because of political issues, family re-unification, escaping conflict or natural disaster.
1. Impact of illegal aliens on the U.S. economy There have been a lot of arguments about the impact of illegal aliens on the U.S economy. The protesters said that they are the burden while the opposite team thought that undocumented aliens contribute to the country’s economy. Therefore, it can be said that unauthorized immigrants have both positive and negative impacts on different parts of the U.S economy. 1.1.
Longing a better life and because of wanting to earn more money. “There is one fact to consider when migrating to another place, how much they expect to win in Mexico and how much they expect to win in the other place they want/need to be”(Espinosa and Douglas (1997)American journal of sociology). On the other hand Mexicans without papers (illegal migrants) are confined to the same type of jobs even the not dignified type of jobs, illegal migrants usually don’t have much education so they cant do better in united states but they do it for their families back at Mexico. Immigrants that travel for work are diverse they have a better prospect of a social life than the ones that are illegal, as a turnaround they do have a superior education. Although migrants that are illegal are scared of being caught and deported back to Mexico or worse arrested because of their situation, frequently they are not arrested and they can help their families and have a better life but take one thing in consideration the “American dream” doesn’t exist for Mexicans less for illegal Mexicans it is difficult for them to have a good life let alone a dreamed
Immigrants provide this country with an immeasurable number of benefits, and limiting immigration will only leave the United States at a disadvantage to other countries. Immigration laws have also been very controversial about their morality and their actions can outrageously impact families lives forever. The future of immigration laws is unknown, but prohibiting immigration is not the answer the United States needs. Immigrants have been moving into the US for hundreds of
took away one of the largest international guarantors for insurgent coordination worldwide, this left many of the members of these failed insurgencies jobless and on the breadline so with a desperate need for money they often turn to a life of crime. This period then gave way to the rise in Globalization and with it the development of organized criminal groups. “just as the business world benefitted from globalization, so has organized crime” Albanese j. transnational crime and the 21st century p.1, transnational and organized crime groups are now more trained and fully equipped and took full advantage of this opportunity to be more productive due to globalization. Globalization gave transnational crime groups the access to large quantities of the economical scale. By the mid-1990’s the systems that were implemented by the Soviet Union became obsolete and gave way to all types of threats, both new and old to nation-states.
As americans it is not only right to help each other, it is necessary for the betterment of the country. It is inept for the government to watch their country struggle, while spending massive amount of money for funding on frivolous things like sororities and fraternities Many cities in America are filled with people who earn less than what the standard of living is in the country .They experience many hardships and often struggle because of the issues within their community. This is the biggest issue with wealth inequality. It hinders the ability of americans to take risks and investments that could be very beneficial to them in the future, while also limiting the success of the less fortunate by supplying them with limited resources . Wealth inequality inevitably has a major role in america's current poverty level, which in turn could possibly lead to crime.
Many countries have implemented minimum wage laws, with the purpose of setting an amount that would help workers who belong to the lower socio-economic strata. These workers are usually the ones that have manual jobs which often pay the least amount of money. To ensure that such workers are not exploited and taken advantage of, governments put up laws which require employers to pay a set amount of money for work done, making it illegal to pay anything lower than the amount set. However, one major economic downside that results in the implementation of such laws is an increase in unemployment which further upsets other economic factors. This, among other things, shows that the introduction of legislation to repeal all minimum wage laws is a good strategic decision for the economy in the long term.
The three basic sociological theories should bring to light some of the reasons why “illegal immigration” is controversial today and why immigrants are treated poorly. The Symbolic Interactionism Theory focuses on the relationships among individuals within a society as well as the meaning given to objects through day-to-day interactions. Symbols and the terminology given to the current social problem contributes to the creation of perceptions that people have. For example, when an average American hears the words “illegal immigrant” the first thing that tends to come to mind is a hispanic immigrant who crossed the border. People usually do not remember the fact that many immigrants have come to this country by plane, with a visa, education, and look like the average caucasian-american citizen.