The Pros And Cons Of Illegal Immigration

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Illegal Immigration can be defined as entering a country without official authorization. In the United States, illegal immigration has caused the economy to flourish due to the increase in employment but has also caused many citizens to compete for jobs. New viruses and diseases are also being introduced into the country. Laws and Acts were put in place by Congress to allow people to immigrate and earn citizenship but has made it more difficult to gain. Illegal immigration can affect all citizens negatively and positively. Eleanor Acer and Olga Byrne argue the controversial debate on immigration by discussing how the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1966 do not do what it aims to do. In connection to the previous journal Carol L. Schmid explains two solutions to giving undocumented immigrants the citizenship they all desperately dream about. Laura Colavita expresses a disadvantage or negative aspect that come with illegal immigration. In How the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996 has Undermined US Refugee Protection Obligations and Wasted Government Resources, Illegal Immigration: The Puzzling Role of several Risk Factors for Rhabdomyolysis, and Undocumented Childhood Immigrants, the Dream Act and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals in the USA, the authors argue their different point of views on illegal immigration using real-life examples and statistics. Eleanor Acer and Olga Byrne, author of the journal,
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