Immigrants In The United States Neilmarc Garcia

About 11 million immigrants live in the United States. Undocumented immigrants have some of the same rights as citizens. They still live in fear that one day they will get caught, especially if they have family and a home. The thing they affect in the U.S. is job wages. Immigrants don’t have part in say on how much they get paid. They help the economy, because they contribute by working. Immigrants also pay some sort of tax in every way. Therefore they do affect the economy in a good way.

I wouldn’t really change any of the policies we have right now. All of the laws are acceptable, but they do need to make it less complicated. Since there aren’t any changes, it will have the same effect on immigrants. They are gonna have to go through the same process as everyone else. The United States will need every immigrant to go through the process to become a citizen, so they could stay here to live the life they came here for.

Some people will disagree with my argument because they think immigrants should go back to where they came from. They don’t want them to become citizens because they came here illegally. Why deport them back if they got a family and a place to live. Instead we should let them go to the process to become the citizen they want to be.

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