Statement 1: America’s economy is built of little and big jobs, illegal immigrants take employment in a majority of the little jobs. The U.S has a high population, a high population comes with many low and high paying jobs. In an article “why deporting undocumented immigrants could slow down the U.S economy” Paul wiseman states that most of illegal immigrants residing in the U.S are employed at roughly 18% in agriculture, 13% in construction, and 10% in restaurants. (Wiseman.) Therefore if and only if an estimated 6.8 million employed immigrants were to be deported the U.S would lose most of its employees. (Wiseman.) A response to Paul wiseman’s article “why deporting undocumented immigrants could slow down the U.S economy” after Gitis reviewed the numbers an understanding of 4 million jobs would go unfilled if the U.S government were to deport fully employed illegal immigrants. (Wiseman.) Working in plants and cleaning toilets is the work of most illegal immigrants. A vast majority of the U.S’s legal residents are not willing to do the job of illegal immigrants. However cleaning toilets and working in plants is sometimes dangerous these illegal immigrants yet work extremely hard at what they do for their living. Deporting illegal immigrants would have a negative strong impact on the U.S’s economy. The sole purpose for the economy to work for example, is for high service corporations to be in work, deporting illegal immigrants would keep from the money the U.S economy.
Statement 3: In history and in live reference every immigrant states that they crossed the borders to the U.S to have a better life. Children at a young age we're taught to follow their dreams and challenge any obstacles in their way. Many children at a young age exceed average expectations in school. Going to college is a big dream in most adolescents life. Including illegal immigration adults come to make a life. Go to school, have an amazing career. Their lifestyle is working and working hard. In a book “what rights should illegal immigrants have?” An edit from cothrans book Emanuel states that “the children of undocumented immigrants have done nothing wrong by residing in the United States, in fact, these children worked hard in school, speak father language, have assimilate, and should warded with access to high education. If the United States hopes to build a stronger future it must educate and train its diverse population.” (Emmanuel.) in the United States education is and average expectation for a career. Keeping possible future business owners from a higher education keeps the world and economy from growing. In the U.S an education is needed to live. It's a need, but sometimes certain people make it a want by wanting to reach further. Education is important, each person should be entitled to have a further reached education.