Illegal Immigration in Italy Term Paper by myba16

Illegal Immigration in Italy
The economic and social impact of the growing issue of illegal immigration.
# 58079 | 1,761 words | 41 sources | MLA | 2002 | US
Published on May 01, 2005 in History (European) , Political Science (Non-U.S.) , Hot Topics (Immigration)

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The paper explains that illegal immigration is a growing problem in Italy, raising issues of its economic impact and social implications for the Italian people and the immigrants who are taking dire risks to get into the country.

From the Paper:

"Italy's 4,700 miles of coast are a prime target for immigrants looking to get into the European Union. In the first eight months of 2001, 12,000 immigrants arrived in Italy. In the first eight months of 2002, 16,000 immigrants arrived in Italy, an increase of 4,000 people. These immigrants are coming to Italy illegally, paying traffickers up to US$3,000 for passage on small unseaworthy boats."

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