Over millions of illegal immigrants have dishonestly entered, or at the same time crushed the borders of the United States. The hope of a better life and the opportunities that the country can provide, encourage and inspire the immigrants to change into American culture as well as breaking the barriers of ethnic division. Europeans, Asians, and Latin’s are the major ethnicities that drive the country’s immigrant status high, while those behind the boarders of Mexico continue to overrule these statistics.
I am one hundred percent against illegal immigration. Our nation has laws that establish the right way to come into our nation to work, to visit, or to remain. As long as people legally enter our country and comply with our laws they are more than welcome. However, when they come here illegally or ...view middle of the document...
They need to be sought out, arrested, spend some time in jail, and be deported. We have enough of our own problems without having to add the problem of millions of illegals.
The United States have illegal immigrants from all over the globe. Many people don’t understand that fact and because they don’t understand the extent of the problem, they come off sounding like racists. I honestly don’t think it’s a racial thing with most Americans; I think it is a matter of legality. My next door neighbor is from Fiji. He is legal. He waited ten years to come then another seven years for citizenship. Every time he speaks of illegal immigrants, he acts like he had eaten something bitter. He is disgusted by illegal immigrants and is glad he waited and came here legally.
Any suggestion of amnesty for illegal immigrants is absurd. It is frustrating to think that the government may allow an amnesty for illegal immigrants. In my opinion, if they want to do this, then they should refund those that have paid for their immigration. The “Pathway to Citizenship” concept is a slap in the face to law abiding Americans and legal immigrants and it makes a mockery of our national laws. It is one of the “great enticers” that bring illegals into our country, remain undetected long enough, and wins amnesty! We need to do everything we can to get rid of illegals, fine and incarcerate those who give them aid and work, and cut off all federal aid and support to communities and states that shelter the illegal immigrants.
In conclusion, there is still an ongoing debate as to whether illegal immigration has negative or positive effects on the United States. Some people argue that illegal immigration is good for any country. Others state that illegal immigrants present a challenge to the government and should be gotten rid of. All in all, we do not know where to draw the line when it comes to illegal immigration.