Persuasive Essay On Illegal Immigration

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There are an estimated 11 million immigrants in the country and we also admit over a million permanent legal immigrants each year, leading to enormous implication for the U.S. Labor Market.(Unskilled Workers Lose Out to Immigrants par. 1 Steven A. Camarota). Immigration is a hot topic in today’s society. Some people believe that illegal immigrants should be forced to leave the United States because the commit serious crimes and take jobs from American workers, however many people believe that they should stay because it could help our workforce and they do the job’s American’s don’t want to do. Illegal immigrants should be forced to leave the United States because in November 2007, more than 2 million (illegal & legal) immigrants were working, there were about 1.5 million fewer native born Americans working in November 2007. Illegal immigrants take american jobs. The decline in work has particularly affected those under 29, and the less-educated, who are most likely to compete with the immigrants. Charles Conner, president of the National Council of Farmer Cooperative, a trade group, …show more content…

(In par. 8 Examples of Serious Crimes by illegal Aliens) “In March 2015 Javier Guerrero Molina, a Mexican illegal alien, was sentenced in federal court in Jacksonville, Florida to 10 years imprisonment for attempting to transport a minor to engage in sezual activity. Guerrero said he had entered the United States illegally in 1999 or 2000. (Dept.of Justice, Middle District of Florida, March 30, 2015).” Some people believe that the immigrants come here to make better lives for themselves. In the article (Examples of Serious Crimes by illegal Aliens par. 10) it says in April 2015 Victor Garzon-Alvarez, a Mexican illegal alien pled guilty and was sentenced in New Jersey to 14 years in prison for murder. (NJ.com, April 22, 2015). Do to the fact that illegal immigrants commit serious crimes they should be forced to leave the United

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