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Immigration and Immigration Reform Immigration and Immigration Reform Name Axia College of University of Phoenix 1
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Immigration and Immigration Reform Thesis Statement: More and more immigrants are coming in to the United States each year, and we as a nation should truly reevaluate our immigration policies. 2
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Immigration and Immigration Reform The number of illegal immigrants who come into the United States each year is staggering, and the numbers just keep on increasing. Bush (2009) Three million illegal immigrants come into the United States every year. This has been an increasing problem, and one that greatly affects the United States and its citizens. And with more and more immigrants coming in to the United States each year and we as a nation should truly reevaluate our immigration policies. Bush (2009) Immigration has been responsible for religious changes, cultural change and population growth throughout the history of the United States. The political, economic, and social aspects of immigration has created much controversy in regard to religion, ethnicity, job security, job growth, economic benefits, where people live, impact on upward social growth, amount of criminal activity, moral values, and work habits. As of 2006, the United States has allowed more illegal immigrants to become permanent residents, more than any other country in the world. Bush (2009) There has been much controversy on how this problem should be dealt with. There has been a multitude of different opinions on, how and what we should do at the border. What we should do with immigrants who are currently living in the United States; and how all of these illegal immigrants have impacted the economy of the United States. These are a few of the reforms that President Bush has proposed so as to slow down the number of illegal immigrants that come into the United States each year. Bush (2009) The return and removal of illegal immigrants from the United States is one of the most widely discussed topics. Since 2007the United States Customs and Border Protection (ICE) has returned or removed over 1.2 million illegal immigrants from the United States. ICE has expanded its Criminal Alien Program to included incarcerated criminal illegal 3
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Immigration and Immigration Reform aliens. In 2007, ICE identified 164,296 convicted criminals who were incarcerated in Federal, state and local penitentiaries (These are people who came into the United States illegally and
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2010 for the course COM150 com150 taught by Professor Allysonwells during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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