Undocumented Immigration Summary

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Article Summary For many decades, politicians, and lawmakers have been bothered by undocumented immigrant’s presence in the United States of America. Factors such as poverty, diverse forms of persecution, and unemployment of many foreign lands motivating some groups to seek entry into the U.S. Many undocumented immigrants fled to the U.S. legally with a temporary visa, and failed to leave. Some due come to America one way or another, by boat, or cross the borders.) According to Wallace, undocumented immigrants are individual who are leaving in America illegally (Wallace et al., 2012). The definition that should be suitable to undocumented immigrants is hard- working foreign-born individuals who allows certain big patron to sit comfortably …show more content…

Galarneau, (2011) mentioned that Lawmakers think that undocumented immigrants create some financial difficulties for the United states. This may be true because undocumented immigrants. The article continues to reveal that undocumented immigrants on the contrary, pay taxes and contributed to the healthcare system. Undocumented immigrants are working hard and paying taxes, contributing to Medicare, for services they are not eligible to, is purely insensitive. If the U.S is a ‘Nation of Immigrants,” why are immigrants whether documented/undocumented were excluded from such a vital need as health …show more content…

This position forgets that the labor and the energy of millions of undocumented immigrants that made much of the prosperity of the nation and will continue to reinforce the strength, and the wealth of American society of its culture. Undocumented immigrants are not mainly to blame for the U.S economy. But, could it be many years of unjustifiable wars? Excluded undocumented immigrants from the Reform Act is a purely partial decision because they also provide to the nation. In the new political conjectural about documented or undocumented immigrants; the question is whether to building a wall or deporting all illegal immigrants. Either solution would hit the U.S economy to approximately $400 to $600 billion because it would hurt industries that depend on the illegal immigrant’s labor (Coutin, et al, (2017). This article really educated us on how politicians, lawmakers, and the president view immigrants. This is one the article that will remain significant in

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