Literature Review On Illegal Immigration

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Undocumented Immigration in the US
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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
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Some guidelines have been established for those "good" immigrants and have to be followed exactly as they are presented; if not, deportation is just on the other side of the paper. Immigrants argue about deportation because deportation not only hurts the immigrant, but also the family of the immigrant. Many immigrants follow the guidelines and regulations, but in order to learn more about the positive and negative effects that illegal immigrants have in the US, three important questions have to be considered:
1. What are the positive and negative qualities that illegal immigrants possess?
2. Do illegal immigrants weaken or strengthen the US economy?
3. What are the solutions to reducing illegal immigration and assisting established immigrants in the US?
The following review of literature will: provide information about the positive and negative qualities that illegal immigrants possess, inform the reader about the economic impact with and without illegal immigrants, and investigate the different solutions to reduce illegal immigration.
What are the positive and negative qualities that illegal immigrants
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On the reports named "A third way on immigration" and "Most Say Illegal Immigrants Should Be Allowed to Stay, But Citizenship Is More Divisive", the same solution is the top- fulfillment to every people, but as the name of the article states "it is more divisive". Debates and surveys show that legalization is divided into citizenship and permanent residency. Data information from the web post “Most Say Illegal Immigrants Should Be Allowed to Stay, But Citizenship Is More Divisive" is likewise to the survey done by the author. "Seven in ten Americans (71%) " support and think legalization, citizenship and permanent residency, is the best solution for illegal immigrants in the US, and only "two out of ten Americans (24%)" say illegal immigrants should not be allowed to stay legally. (Chomsky,

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