Illegal Immigration Analysis

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Student’s Name Professor’s Name Institution Date ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION In the present times, illegal immigration has been one significant challenge that America and other countries have been facing. Some critics hold that immigrants have been part of sustaining the economy in America while others hold that America has paid a great price for allowing the immigrants to the country. In such a controversial issue, politicians keep on giving their comments with general perceptions; however, from economists handle this challenge with rational arguments of economics and anticipate the net result. The article “Obama struggling with immigration rules and cruelties of deportation” by David Nakamura looks at these issues especially from the immigrants’…show more content…
About this definition, America contains a labor force of 155.6 million persons of which 7.9 percent of people are not employed. Analyzing such a substantial unemployment rate, individuals often put the blame on the immigrants, whom they suppose, have taken the jobs away from the United States citizens (Dvorak). By their arrivals, immigrants are classified as legal and illegal aliens by the American government. Abandoning their legal status, any immigrant who got into the United States boundary can be part of the labor unit. Through the work permit issued, the population of authorized employee can be accounted for. However, it is unrealistic to count labor force with half of immigrants who can be a lawful resident, but still cannot become part of the workforce. In that case, depending on certain conditions, immigrants can be an advantage or a threat to the indigenous labor force. Moreover, a rise in the immigrants’ rate would result in the large mass flow of the aliens to the existing work market. The market reaches saturation where people seeking employment exceed the available space if the employees keep on getting into the…show more content…
One, they cause a country to be sick because these people get to the countries in search of greener pastures which is a hard challenge to beat in their home nations. The local persons will lose their employment chances and hence there will be an increase in poverty as well as the unemployment rate. Apart from this concern, American people have been fighting these immigrants because they cause an increase in the crime rates. The immigrants will take part in drug dealing and be stealing the legal documents from people to help them get employment. If we can analyze the speed of terror increase in America over the past years, the issue became a political escapade when the number of immigrants began to grow. And as a result, the country has experienced increased cases of trafficking and exploitations following the immigrants smuggling individuals to it. We are aware of the fact that the big concern of Americans has been their security, and increasing number of illegal immigrants seems to threaten their state of safety and hence the outrage among the people and the
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