The Negative Effects Of Unocumeated Immigrants

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We need to put an end to the deportation of undocumented immigrants with no criminal record. Undocumented immigrants are still being deported even if they have no criminal record and have lived in the U.S for over 10 years. Deportation is unfair to immigrants who have a clean record, it tears apart families, puts refugees in danger, and has many negative effects on our country.
Some people might think that most illegal immigrants are going to cause trouble and need to be deported in order to decrease criminal activity. This is not true because of the 11 million unlawful immigrants in the United States, about one million have committed some sort of criminal offense. In fact, legal and illegal immigrants are much less likely to end up in jail than U.S. citizens, according to a study by the Cato Institute. Most illegal immigrants have no criminal record; there is no need for them to be deported if they have been in the U.S for many years and still haven’t done anything wrong. Despite most immigrants having a clean record, more immigrants are being deported than ever before. Since Trump came into office, the number of undocumented immigrant arrests has risen by roughly one-third, according to Immigrations and Customs Enforcement statistics. That is because so many immigrants with clean records are being deported. Deportation also has many negative effects on our country. Donald Trump is scaring people away from visiting our country. Analysts believe there has been a 16 percent

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