Illegal Immigration: Legal And Undocumented Immigrants

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Across the United States of America, there are tons of undocumented immigrants working in different businesses for low wages. Illegal immigration is a problem that affects all Americans both positive and negative ways. Different jobs emerged and are emerging since the arrival of immigrants in the United States. Immigrants, both legal and undocumented, influences business activity in several ways. There are many opinions that Americans have towards the economic problems that America has today.Some blame the immigrants for taking “all” the jobs, some blame the government for not doing a good job, and some blames both. Are the undocumented immigrants living in fear of being deported helping the U.S. economy grow or die? America is a land of …show more content…
The more students, the more money the school gets. Undocumented immigrant children goes to school also, but the money comes from the tax payers to pay for the student. The parents who are already paying for their children to go to school, are also having to pay for the undocumented immigrant children who is also attending that school. Schools receive their money through tax dollars, most of which are paid by property taxes from residents in that particular district. When students come in through sources of rentals or out of district students this puts an additional burden on the residence of the families that live within the district. I wish to stress that it is important for every child to get the right education, but when this extra burden is added to the documented immigrants/citizens and taxpayers it may be difficult especially with the U.S. economy …show more content…
economy will never end. Undocumented workers represent a classic economic challenge with a straight forward solution. Immigrants bring hard to see benefits to average Americans while showing more costs on a few. The money value of the benefits far outweigh the costs, so the government could just give extra funds to those local people that need more help. One common proposal would grant amnesty to undocumented workers, which would create an increase in tax payments. But that seems politically wrong. Immigration is one of many problems that the economy has and the benefit that undocumented immigrants in the U.S contributes to the growth of it is not a lot but it is

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