Illegal Immigration to the United States
What Should We Do?
Casey M. Dynan
Description of the U.S. Illegal Immigration Problem
Estimated 11.5 to 12 million illegal immigrants currently reside in the U.S. Illegal immigrants continue to outpace
Casey Dynan EM 244 Dr. Hays 3/13/08 Abstract Illegal Immigration to the United States: What do we do? The first section of the project examines the overall state of condition and impact of illegal immigration to the United States. This section furth
Casey Dynan E/M 244 Dr. Hays Annotated Bibliography Borjas, George J. The Economic Benefits from Immigration. The Journal of Economic Perspectives 9, no. 2 (Spring 1995): 3-22 Source used for understanding the economic impacts of immigration.
Economic Benefits of Immigration Last year, Mr. Martnez paid about $2,000 toward Social Security and $450 for Medicare through payroll taxes withheld from his wages. illegal immigrant workers in the United States are now providing the Social Secur