The Pros And Cons Of Illegal Immigration

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In 2016, illegal immigration has been the root of certain presidential campaigns, but it is a weapon being used to attack immigrants making them seem subordinate to full U.S. citizens. Although illegal immigration immigration regulations is a huge controversy all over the world, the U.S. is being scrutinized for not being harsh to people who want to enter “The Land of the Free” The United States does have an overflow of immigrants but the actions taken to help regulate the flow of immigrants seem to be very ineffective.
Immigrants have a PRIVILEGE to be in the United States. Immigrants do deserve to be here if they respect the immigration laws set in place. Respecting the natural born citizens rights as well. Rights should be made sure that they are clarified and understood, by immigrants coming into the country, but should also be set into place.
“Far from trying trying to control the border, U.S.
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Although certain opportunities are given to people of certain ancestry, the idea of White Supremacy seems to sweep parts of the nation. The public (not all) thinks that anyone who is not American should immediately be deported. This is not what our founding fathers had intended when building a foundation for this country. One of the leading republican candidates, Donald Trump has proposed that we deport all illegal immigrants and build a wall. That seems to be his base, although he is trying to attract Republicans to support him, his accusations about illegal immigrants is quite backwards. Trump uses “Build a Wall” and “Make America Great Again” as a way to attract people who a completely against immigration in any way. He is pinned as a “racist”, but as one of the leading Republican candidates, building a wall will not solve all of the country 's problems. Immigrants help the United States economy tremendously, but they are illegal and just because they are illegal, they get the raw end of the

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