Negative Effects Of Immigration

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The exceptional status of America as a "nation of immigrants" faces the challenge of globalization. Phenomenon that facilitates both migration and terrorism. The biggest challenge for those, responsible to establish and enforce policy is to distinguish between imaginary problems and real problems of illegal immigration. One thing is quite clear: the approach followed so far, a policy of benign neglect is no longer effective. To achieve the best results, immigration reform must be exhaustive. A partial approach that focuses exclusively on border security, ignoring migrant workers (or vice-versa) is doomed to failure. If Congress approves another law to pass on tiptoe on fundamental contradictions of the status quo, then this status will not …show more content…
In fact initiatives to reduce the economic influence of immigrants, actually worsens the economy. S push many of these workers the economy, thus encouraging a mentality of illegality. A work program for foreigners is essential to the security of the border, but only if it is the right program. It is important to design a precise form of a worker program. Although there are many issues that are part of a work program, the evidence show that the effect of immigration labor is positive influence on U.S. economy. Whit this in mind, there are principles to follow, by looking at economic incentives that should be included as part of a temporary work …show more content…
The growing concern over outsourcing work with other nations is more reason to attract more jobs to America importing hand work. If the workers are allowed to work within the United States, there is an immediate added value to the economy, something that does not occur when jobs are going to other countries. Therefore, capping the number of H- 1B visas limits our ability to attract highly qualified workers, thereby threatening the competitiveness of the American

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