Undocumented Immigrants And The United States Essay

833 Words Apr 6th, 2016 4 Pages
Undocumented immigrants are defined as any induvial who deliberately enter into a foreign country without government authorization. Since the United States of America have been catalogue worldwide as the “country of opportunities”. People from all over the world try by any means to get into America. According to the census bureau, there are approximately fourteen million illegals. And, most are receiving economical benefits. Is the government of the U.S giving millions of dollars to illegals without receiving anything in exchange? This essay will focus on the benefits that the government is giving to illegals and state whether or not that population is beneficial to the U.S.

According to David Wilson’s article; The Part of “Illegal” They Don’t Understand, the term illegal was brought by the patrols units within the U.S-Mexico border. At that time they worried about alcohol and some years later about drugs. But they were also in the boom of construction, and America was in need of labor force. Before 9/11 the U.S government invited Mexicans to come to their country to be farmers. Since in world war two, men were fighting. Government had no other choice. But even before that, they still employed Mexicans to build railroads and roadways. When they decided to stay, and work in different things, it was catalogued as illegal work. However, politicians argue that the correct denomination should be undocumented immigrants. In fact, many of government officials tend to protect…

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