Argumentative Essay: Immigration To The United States

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“Since 1970, more than 30 million foreign citizens and their descendants have been added to the local communities and labor pools of the United States” (11). It is the numerical equivalent of having relocated within our borders the entire present population of all Central American countries. The United States is the best country in the world, but it is starting to become a disaster. Immigrants should not be granted into the United States of America. With thousands of illegal immigrants continuing to cross America’s southern border, the same politicians are saying the same thing; “we can’t close the border, we must pursue comprehensive immigration reform, we can only reach political consensus if we compromise on border enforcement”. It’s all nonsense. We could easily close the border if we had the political stance to do so.
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Mexico will pay for the wall. They don’t know it yet, but they are going to pay for the wall.” “Anyone who illegally crosses the border will be detained until they are removed out of our country and back to the country from which they came”. This is a great speech by Donald Trump. It will be very impacting if we do build the southern border wall. Illegal immigrants can be caught much easier. The CIS breaks it down: “193 homicide convictions (including one willful killing of a public official with gun); 426 sexual assault convictions; 303 kidnapping convictions; 1,075 aggravated assault convictions; 1,160 stolen vehicle convictions; 9,187 dangerous drug convictions; 16,070 drunk or drugged driving convictions; 303 flight escape convictions.” All of this is happening due to illegal immigrants and with the wall, the safety of the U.S citizens will

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