Immigration Laws in the U.S. Persuasive Essay by The Research Group

Immigration Laws in the U.S.
This paper contends that immigration laws in the United States must be revised.
# 73612 | 2,475 words | 10 sources | MLA | 2004 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2004 in International Relations (U.S.) , Hot Topics (Immigration)


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Description:

The paper argues that immigration laws in the United States must be revised to reflect the fact that Mexican immigrants comprise a crucial component of the American economy, particularly in the the essential services sector. The paper explains that the current policy is duplicitious, openly praising the virtues economic integration while simultaneoulsy preventing the integration of the labor market.

From the Paper:

"The United States of America in dutifully and aggressively protecting its own interests has at times assumed a duplicitous role with its neighbors. Nowhere has this been truer than in regard to Mexico specifically pertaining to US immigration policy."

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