Illegal Immigration Problems

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Illegal immigrants are a problem that affects Bahamians. An illegal immigrant is a foreigner who has entered or resides in a country unlawfully or without the country 's authorization. There are many problems that illegal immigrants can cause to our society which develop, overpopulation, they are using our health, education and unemployment. Therefore, the Bahamas government must control the flow of illegal immigrants into the Bahamas in order to offer more chances for Bahamians. These Haitian or Haitian-Bahamian sloops carry cultural influences back and forth between the two places and, compounded with other forms of migration, move information into the US and other migratory centers. One such center is Miami, and this leads to what could be called a triangular effect in the migration pattern and sphere of influence. It is important to establish that ever since the times of the Middle Passage the Caribbean has always been societies of movement and flow, therefore the need to read Caribbean or West Indian cultures as migratory or creole without the effect that the cultures are temporary or unsubstantial. If trade has always been a reality for the region, then trade routes would have ultimately also been significant in the formation of identities and cultural spheres of influence. Certainly, we should not need to point out in the 21st century the huge impact trade and trade routes have on cultures and cultural identities. It has come to my attention over the past few years
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