The Role Of Illegal Immigrants In Sanctuary Cities

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There is a surging number of illegal immigrants in the US. Although many people don't believe in deportation in the US the fact is that it has caused major problems in the US economically.

There are many problems facing illegal immigration here are a few. Impacts on public education, taxpayer burden, wage deprecation, unemployment, and political. In which all of these cause problems greater than the problems with deportation.

Sanctuary Cities is a term is widely used to refer to American cities, counties or states that protect undocumented immigrants from deportation by limiting cooperation with federal immigration authorities. Some people support Sanctuary Cities because they decline to use city or state tax dollars to enforce federal immigration. The difference between Sanctuary Cities and other cities is your given a chance to prove citizenship in other cities but no matter what you did you can still live in Sanctuary Cities. That is just 2 things about Sanctuary Cities. …show more content…

I believe they should enact bill H.R 83 Mobilizing Against Sanctuary Cities act which states that the bill prohibits a state or local government from receiving federal financial assistance for a minimum of one year if it restricts or prohibits a government entity or official from. Sending to or receiving from the responsible federal immigration agency information regarding an individual's citizenship or immigration status, or maintaining or exchanging information about an individual's

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