Affecting and causing an economic problem one way to

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affecting and causing an economic problem, one way to solve the illegal immigrations and the system itself, is to simply eliminate the incentives for those who go to America to live off of the rest of the American citizens who pay taxes. By simply not providing money or welfare for illegal immigrants, the idea and appeal of immigrating to America is not as attractive. A specific Mo 2
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example that a writer from The New York Times mentioned would be the current practice of birthright citizenship - granting automatic citizenship to children born to illegal immigrants on United States soil. This creates an incentive for these immigrants to come here illegally and stay. “America is the only industrialized nation that doesn’t require at least one parent to be in the country legally before a child becomes a citizen” (Smith). This is a prime example that taking away incentives of providing citizenship to children or providing welfare would eliminate or at least slow down illegal immigration. The safety of Americans is important, and solving the issue of illegal immigrants entering United States with strict regulations but quicker processing time and will prevent these illegal immigrations. Some may object to the quicker processing time of obtaining a visa, saying that it would actually increase crime rates. Those who object may argue that having these processing times shortened will cause profiles to be overlooked, and criminals could obtain Visas as well. This however is not the case because there will be stricter regulations and restrictions to prevent criminals from entering, and to balance out these stricter restrictions will be more workers hired.
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