Mexican Immigration Term Paper by hicaliber

Mexican Immigration
An analysis of the effects of both legal and illegal Mexican migration to the United States.
# 94209 | 2,955 words | 8 sources | MLA | 2007 | US

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This paper discusses immigration to the United States, particularly that of Mexicans. It discusses the historical roots of this issue and how the border issue of North America with South America has added to the numbers of Mexican immigrants to the US. The paper also discusses the problem of illegal aliens in the United States and how this is affecting the workforce in the US.

Table of Contents:
Historical Immigration Roots
Border Issue
Terrorism Issue
Longer Stay of Illegal Immigrants
Workforce in USA
Employers Perspective
Anti Americanism and One-sided Agenda

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Ceyhan, Ayse. & Tsoukala, Anastassia. "The Securitization of Migration in Western Societies: Ambivalent Discourses and Policies." Alternatives: Global, Local, Political. 27. (2002):21+.
  • 'Sen. Clinton Blasts U.S. 'Police State' on Immigration' March 8, 2006. Max News. May 07, 2006. <>
  • Krikorian, Mark. "Bush Plan for Illegals Out of Touch with Reality" January 17, 2004. Center for Immigration Studies. May 07, 2006. <>
  • Stacy, Robert. "Activist Warns of Border War; Group Sees Civil Conflict over Illegal Mexican Immigrants." The Washington Times. February 25, 2002: A06.
  • Griswold , Daniel T. "Confronting the Problem of Illegal Mexican Migration to the U.S." USA Today. 131. 2694. March 2003: 10+.

Cite this Term Paper:

APA Format

Mexican Immigration (2007, April 23) Retrieved January 27, 2022, from

MLA Format

"Mexican Immigration" 23 April 2007. Web. 27 January. 2022. <>