Literature Review On Undocumented People

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Literature Review As I was reviewing the literature review that some scholars has already done, I found out that many scholars believe undocumented people bring unresolved personal issues to the United States and for this reason it is been more complicated to apply for a visa. The United States embassy wants to make sure visitors do not overstay in the country. Data shows that there are many over stayers and the punishment is not as harsh as to enter illegally to the country. In the book punishment, politics deviance and injustice Martinez explained how people are been affected psychologically and emotionally for continuously being discriminated and punished by racist laws and by police officers. This is how people feel socially death, because …show more content…
SB 1070 prohibits people to drive cars and to register vehicles under their name. They have to show their papers when enrolling at any college or university, to open a business, to buy a car, to register a vehicle, etc. When people get injure at work the law prohibits undocumented employees for receiving workers benefits. Police officers who are in charge to enforce the law and refuse to do it, will be punish and invalidated or cancel their certification. “Our focus on deportees’ experiences highlights the role of both state and non-state actors in forced exile and post-deportation stigmatization, discrimination, and violence (Martinez 2012)”. This quote is important to me because they target minorities who cannot hire a good lawyer to help them with their case for their economic situation and most of the time ICE makes money out of every detainee. The violation of the fourth amendment is been applied when the law reinforces to prosecute people for simple traffic …show more content…
The more prisoners they maintain the higher they keep the profits on undocumented immigrants they sole undocumented to ICE and this is how they make money. People will work in extreme fear because in Georgia HB 87’s most punitive law to punish them so harsh if they work with a false social security number or other documents to obtain work or pay taxes. The fines are ridiculous $100,000 and ten eyars in prison for the first violation and $250,ooo and up to 15 years in prison for subsequent violation. “With such harsh penalties, undocumented labor in the state of Georgia has been criminalized at the same level any aggravated felony.” The only solution for Hispanics are to leave the state or live segregated from the rest of the state’s population. What makes Alabama’s HB 56 different from other immigration bills is the reality to exclude children of undocumented immigrants families from public schools and colleges. People is in pain and even people that is legal will segregated from other ethnicities. “ As Alabama’s bill goes in effect, twenty two other states are writing their own versions as Arizona SB

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