Illegal Immigration

Illegal Immigration - Illegal Immigration: A Threat to...

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Illegal Immigration: A Threat to National Security “The reality is that hundreds of thousands of people from all over the world are successfully sneaking into the United States,” says Dave Stoddard, and as a 27 year veteran of the United States Border Control, no one knows better. Joking aside, this is a very terrifying number. Right now, living in the United States of America, there are at least 12 million illegal aliens (DHS). Since no one knows exactly how many illegal aliens there are, the estimates range from twelve million to twenty-one million. This fact alone is scary, without even taking into consideration the fact that illegal aliens are costing the United States tax payers billions and billions of dollars that could be used in many other areas of the government (house.gov). America should be looking into the past to see what happens when you embrace illegal immigration. Back in the year 410 A.D., Rome gave amnesty to the general Alaric and his men. As soon as Alaric and is men were accepted into Rome, they attacked it. This was the first time that Rome had been attacked in 800 years. Maybe doing the “jobs that Americans don’t want” is not the reason all of the illegal aliens are here. Maybe they have a deeper motive. Throughout history, border control has been an issue in many countries, but in the last few decades, it has become more than just an issue: Illegal immigration has become a threat to national security in
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