Effects Illegal immigration in United States

Effects Illegal immigration in United States

ASSIGNMENT

To varying degrees, many individuals see immigration as a source of great strength for the United States or as a grave threat. An estimated 12 million illegal immigrants reside in this country, many of them in Texas and most from Mexico. A recent attempt to pass a more strict immigration bill in the U.S. Senate failed but generated enormous popular support and enormous opposition rallies.

Is illegal immigration a threat to the country? What do you think the government should do about it? Don’t just give opinions. Provide specific evidence.

 Requirements

Must be 4-5 pages long with NO plagiarism  

Use at least 5 academic resources to support the paper

Must include works cited page

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