Illegal Immigration And The United States Essay

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Undocumented Immigration in the US

Abstract In earlier years, illegal immigration was known as a threat to US citizens by affecting various fields of importance. It has been seen in every state of the US, and now many solutions and changes are been enacted. This literature review will not only investigate and inform about the positive and negative qualities that illegal immigrants bring to the US, but also analyze the issues and solutions of illegal immigration in America. Research and statistical data will be given in the literature review to clearly provide information about the weaknesses and strengths that illegal immigration has in the United States.

Illegal Immigration in the United States and its Solutions Illegal immigration has evolved into an everyday "problem" in the United States. It consists of immigrants not only crossing, but also settling and/or living in the United States without permission or documents from the USCIS (United States Citizenship and Immigration Services). Since ancient times, many people from different parts of the world have settled in the land that is now call the US. Experts say it has become an epidemic and that every day at least 2,000 illegal immigrants cross the US-Mexico border. Even some immigrants that have settled in the US, have raised a family. Now, those children that were born in the US are considered US citizens. This is one of the many problems that have arisen. (Hayworth & Eule, 2005).…

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