Essay about The Impact Of Immigration On The United States

1437 Words Aug 18th, 2015 6 Pages
Immigration in the United States has grabbed a lot of attention in recent months. Few game changing immigration reforms were brought into action by the president Obama to raise the United States economy. President Obama initiated “ Dream Act” on June 15 2012 also known as Deferred Action Childhood Arrivals program (DACA), which was applicable to undocumented immigrants who were under age of 31 and the youth brought to the country as children, and entered United States before the age of 16 and lived in country for at least straight five years. Which helped lot of illegal immigrants to breathe in open air without any fear, and youths to have bright future, with contributed in income taxes to the state and local government. In facts recently, president Obama plan to shield up five millions undocumented immigrants from deportation and provide them work permits. The institution of Taxation and Economic Policy reported that President Obama act would boost the local and state revenue by $845 million a years. Further more President Obama took few steps ahead to fix the broken immigration system in the United States; keeping three critical elements in mind. First is cracking down on illegal immigration at the borders, where anyone attempting to cross the border illegally will be caught and sent back. This action will centralize the border security to crack the illegal immigration at the borders. Secondly deporting felons, not families, this action focus more on deporting to those…

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