Illegal Immigration Reform

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Major countries, such as the United States, have encountered numerous debates about undocumented immigration. The act of immigration is considered to be confederate, and causes a rampage to terminate the deed. Illegal immigrants across national borders violate the immigration laws. Although, it’s a problem in the United States there are various Americans that don’t see immigrants as a harmless situation. However, there are three possible solutions such as the U.S. government updating the deportation, ending the war on drugs, and the government addressing trade policies that affect the economies of South American countries. During the era of the 19th century, immigrants of all countries overflowed the United States. Immigrants populated America, wishing to gain a fresh start from their hectic lives back in their home land. However, it caused…show more content…
Transporting drugs is an issue towards the U.S. and labeled it as an act of criminalization. Immigrants in all foreign countries established the mark of trafficking drugs, which deserves severe civil-immigration consequences. “Congress expanded the class with the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952, 16 the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988, 17 the Immigration Act of 1990, 18 and the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996” (“Policing Immigrant,” 2015). Although, considering the issue of drug transportation the government should make the criminal law enforcement stricter by increasing jail time. Applying to this law enforcement there should also be high quality x-rays to expose any vehicle transporting to America. Considering the fact that the immigrants’ propagandas, showcases criminal acts that produces negative thoughts from American citizens. Therefore, strengthening law enforcements will prevent from immigrants to keep coming to America, and transporting drugs causing from having a
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