Rising costs Injustice Increase in other criminal activities If these issues are addressed in an appropriate manner, it will help us to overcome these problems and the country will be stabilized economically. Problem Recognition: Illegal immigration is itself a grave problem that causes a lot of internal damage to a country. In United States, illegal immigration has reduced employment opportunities for the local citizens of the Unites States. Due to this injustice, the citizens are left with limited or no job opportunities, which increases their frustration with illegal immigrants and the entire social structure of a certain place can be damaged. These illegal immigrants are being paid by their employers or even if they are being paid undercover, we will find the other citizens of the United States of America looking for employment opportunity. It is unethical for the employers to pay the illegal immigrants under the table and even employers are also aware of their unlawful actions. This action also raises discrimination and violation of rights against citizens. As the illegal immigrants are paid under the cover by their employers; they receive more money, they get better employment opportunities than the citizens and then they compete with the other citizens in acquiring the better jobs which gives rise to competition, discrimination, violence and hatred in the society. Also, illegal immigrants do not pay tax because of their illegal status which causes a lot of damage to the economic infrastructure of the country. Therefore it is highly important for the U.S Government to strategize a proper policy to take strong action against employers who hire illegal immigrants and take away the ‘right’ of employment from the citizens. This step will help the economy to recover itself, stabilize the job market condition and equal distribution of rights and opportunities will become available to every citizen. Analysis of the Problem: United States is the only country that is faced with the largest number of illegal immigrants. The rise of illegal immigration is gradually contributing to the increase in U.S population every year. For illegal immigrants, the United States of America is a place with better living conditions and unlimited employment opportunities. Many of the illegal immigrants consider the country as a “dreamland” where they can make better money and live a high quality life. As a result, every year the country’s population increases due to influx of a large number of illegal immigrants to the United States. It should be remembered that an increase in population is not a worrisome condition. However, it may become such, where a large number of illegal immigrants benefit themselves from the programs created by the government, that are intended to help and facilitate people who do not have affordability or access to benefit themselves for better healthcare facilities, food, medicines and other essential daily life amenities. These facilities are funded by the tax payers. As the population and the need for these benefits increase, the tax payers are required to pay more tax in order to facilitate the less privileged people on a large scale (Adam David). Hence, we can say that due to large population of illegal immigrants, the less privileged people fail to receive their rights and the tax payers pay more
Illegal Immigrants and their impact on jobs in the United States Introduction: Illegal immigration is becoming a growing issue in the United States of America. It has been estimated that there are around 12 million illegal immigrants in the country and this number is increasing gradually year by year (Adam David)…
This definition of illegal immigrants includes all those people who try to gain entry into the US without having formal permission to do so from the US immigration officers or those who avoid a formal examination by these officers or hide an important fact from them.
The researcher’s focus will be the criminalization of illegal immigration, e.g., illegal immigrants who are sent to jail rather than be deported. The researcher’s main argument is that illegal immigration affects the economy of the United States in adverse ways when illegal immigrants are sent to jail rather than be deported.
It begins with the history, the root cause of the problem and lays down the causes or the motivating factors which drive the illegal immigrants to choose to stay in America without authenticated papers. The problems, controversies and effective solutions to address this issue shall be discussed pointblank.
In most cases, entering the US without proper documents and stay permits along with overstaying visa regulations are considered to be major crimes. However, it needs to be understood that even these immigrants are humans and need to be provided basic humane considerations, which unfortunately under certain circumstances are denied to them.
The increase in the figure of illegal immigrants in the United States during the last 10 years, which is five million to twelve million, has led to apprehensions regarding the effects of illegal immigration on earnings and public investments, as well as the possible safety risks caused by illicit entrance into the country.
Illegal immigration refers to the act of people to migrate to some other country illegally. According to Marie, there exist various economic pressures along with political and social pressures, which force people migrate to other countries (11). Illegal immigrants not only include those immigrants who enter the premises of a country illegally but also those people who possess legal documents for the entrance but they overstay in those countries.
The social, political, and economic elements of immigration have resulted in controversy concerning economic benefits, ethnicity, crime, voting behaviors, settlements pattern and jobs for the immigrants. The first naturalization policy in the US was the naturalization act of 1790, which confined naturalization to free, and liberal white people of sound and good behaviors or moral who had stayed in the US for two years and had kept their current state of stay for not less than a year.
Today, legal plus illegal immigration to the United States make up nearly 36% of its yearly population growth (Miller & Spoolman, 2011). A “nation of nations”, the U.S. differs from other nations of the world in the degree and scope to which the country has absorbed representatives of other nations.
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