Immigration Problems Analytical Essay

Immigration Problems
This paper is a descriptive research work with a focus on the current immigration problem in the United States today.
# 6989 | 1,365 words | 0 sources | MLA | 2001 | US


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This paper emphasizes three main points regarding immigration: What is happening concerning the immigration problem in the United States? Why is the immigration law system insufficient? What should be done to change the situation? Gathered statistics show that the apparent problem is not in the laws but in the law enforcement. There are a few solutions: New laws need to be created, law enforcement needs to intensify helping foreign countries with their problems which would lead to a decrease in immigration, or reconstruction of the entire system.

From the Paper:

"Our current immigration law system is in shambles. Experts unanimously agree to that fact and they also agree that something needs to be done to improve on the system. What is not agreed upon to any extent is what exactly should be done. Some say that new laws need to be created, some say that the laws are fine but the law enforcement needs to intensify, others even say that by helping foreign countries with their problems would keep make a decrease in immigration, therefore, an increase in current law efficiency and then there are those who think the entire system needs to be reconstructed. Gathered statistics have shown that the apparent problem is not in the laws but in the law enforcement. The law enforcement aspect of the immigration law system is the lagging part. Perhaps these other ideas would be effective to an extent, but none would more directly make an impact than an increase in law enforcement on the current laws."

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