- If companies were forced to stop illegal immigration, would immigrants still come to America? And how would this affect the world?
- How has the Arizona Immigration Law affected other states?
- What would happen if all the illegal immegraints were despoted from US?
- Indiana to model Arizona’s Immigration Law
- Were the recent shootings in Arizona linked to the heated topic of immigration?
- Why is it hard to get citizenship for immigrants?
Monthly Archives: January 2011
If companies were forced to stop illegal immigration, would immigrants still come to America? And how would this affect the world?
Even if companies could not use illegal immigration in the workplace, there would still be immigrants trying to come to America. Besides jobs, immigrants come to America to have freedom. In America, immigrants can practice any religion that they want. … Continue reading
According to a Reuters article, several other states besides Indiana have been affected by Arizona’s immigration law. Georgia, Mississippi, Oklahoma, South Carolina, and Tennessee are among the states. At least 14 states are combining forces to create new legislation to challenge part of the … Continue reading
there are approximately 8.1 million undocumented workers in the economy and if those workers were laid off or removed the effects would harm industries and and would create an ultimate unemployment rate. if we eliminate the undocumented workers from the … Continue reading
Ever since State Senator Mike Delph (R) has arrived in the Senate, he has been advocating for a bill similar to Arizona’s Immigration Law for his own state of Indiana. There were about 55,000 to 85,000 illegal immigrants living in India … Continue reading
On January 8, 2011 Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords was shot and killed along with 5 other people and 13 others who were wounded. One of the other victims that died along with Giffords was a 9 year old girl named Christina … Continue reading
The argument non-supporters of the Arizona Law make is that it is too difficult for immigrants to obtain citizenship. To an extent this is certainly true. First an applicant must apply for “naturalization” and go through the necessary steps such … Continue reading
The D.R.E.A.M. Act (Development, Relief and Education of Alien Minors Act) was a proposal that said if you as an immigrant meet certain requirements, you can become a citizen of the United States. This will make it so that immigrants … Continue reading