2IMMIGRATION REFORMImmigration ReformIntroductionScholars have defined immigration as the international movement of people from their mother countries to other destinations in which they have not yet acquired citizenship or in other words; they are not natives (Bhachu, 2017). Immigrants move intoa country and plan to reside there on a permanent, temporary, in need of employment, or residential. However, immigration is one of the most complex issues because, for the U.S. to manage the flow of immigrants into its borders, an impact on the economy, culture, as well as legal aspects is felt. For successful implementation of immigration reforms in the United States, which aims at reducing the number of people coming into the country, the country must be fully aware of all the challenges in line with the impact and their relevant solutions. People will face challenges immigrating to the United States since it aims at minimizing the number of people entering the country. President Donald Trump has alsoimplemented the building of a wall that separates the United States from Mexico, to reduce the immigrants from the south (Hollifield, 2018). This project has made well-integrated research on the effects that will affect the immigration pattern to the United States upon implementation of the law. The research will outline ways in which people will face difficulties accessing the United States upon immigration reforms, which has shown impacts from the real-time research from credible sources.
3IMMIGRATION REFORMResearch QuestionIt is clear that the United States has pursued motions in the House of Congress to debate on the motion based on the implementation of immigration reforms. In this project, I will show clearly from credible sources how the United States have convened motion to in need for implementations that will manage the large populations which are constituted by high refugee inflows as well as the presence of a multitude of unauthorized people in the country. Up to 4% of the world, the population has been closing boundaries since the end of second world war, annually. There are reasons under each aspect. The research question, under this project, is, will immigration reformmake it more difficult for people to immigrate to the United States? About this question, I