Essay on Immigration Is A Significant Impact On The United States

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Sahand Givtaj
Professor Glasscock
WRC 1023
Immigration in Our Nation Immigration has a significant impact on many aspects of life in the United States from the workforce and the classroom to communities across the country. As such, many seek to know more about those who were born abroad and now make their lives here whether as naturalized citizens, legal permanent residents, refugees, international students, and others on long-term temporary visas, or unauthorized immigrants. In 2013, approximately 41.3 million immigrants lived in the United States, an all-time high for a nation historically built on immigration. The United States remains a popular destination attracting about twenty percent of the world 's international migrants. According to Fact Tank news in 2014 there were 11.3 million illegal immigrants in the U.S., and Mexicans make up about half of that number. America must find ways to offers legal statues to anyone who contributes to our common good. They should be able to request leniency, and a path to citizenship based on their contribution to the community, solid employment record, dependable taxpayers, and crime free record. Immigration is really hot topic between all the presidential candidates these days, and they all have different opinion about what they are going to do to solve the problem. “The problem of immigration is entirely self-inflicted. The U.S chose to let them in. They didn’t have to. They came to work. If Americans hadn’t hired…

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