Why The Government Should Hire Illegal Immigration

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Illegal immigration has been one of the most controversial topics in the United States. However, the governments still have not found a solution to end this madness; as a result, it 's getting worse by the minutes. Every day, whether in the newspaper or on television we hear about how the immigrants cross the southern border illegally, how many have died from the harsh weather; as well as, the obstacles they have to face from the border patrol. They go trough all this trouble for the sake of their families back home. All the illegal aliens want to do in this free country is to find a job, send their earnings back home, also hope one day they have saved enough money to bring their families over to the United State legally.
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Utah Representative Stephen Sandstorm admits, "We 're going to crack down on the illegals who are here in the country, but at the same time there 's a need for migrant workers" (qtd Greenblatt 12). This means, it does not matter how hard American try to avoid hiring illegal immigrants they still end up working for some kind of company or work under the table, so the government will not know. In the end, the illegal immigrants still find a job and make a living, but at the same time, they are trying their best to earn enough money to legalize themselves in the United State. Furthermore, they also hope one day they will make enough money to bring their families over to the U.S. legally, so they will not be hiding in the shadow for rest of their …show more content…
This country needs to find a better way to approach the illegal immigrants. Furthermore, a majority of the Americans already know that deporting the illegal immigrants back is ineffective because in the end, they will find a way to cross back to the U.S. again. The American people need to actually give them a chance to start a new life in the U.S., and make peace with them instead of war. Alan Greenblatt admits, "For several years now, states have adopted different approaches to the issues. Some have tried to help immigrants become more productive by offering in-state tuition rates to their children or setting up state offices designed to promotes a smoother integration into society" (Greenblatt 13). For instance, in the word of noted Ambassador and now a graduate of Stanford University Ingrid Hernandez, "I 've heard some students say that undocumented students are taking away other students ' opportunities. But I can 't take those students ' opportunities, no matter how hard I try. I don 't think I 'm stealing anything. I 'm just making my own path and fighting for my own opportunities. And I believe that 's why I deserve a chance" (Hernandez 2011). Moreover, a 2013 report from the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) estimates that illegal immigrants cost local, state and federal government $113 billion per year. Of that total, $52

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