Outline Immigration Reform

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I.Introduction.
A.(lead)Ever seen somone get taken away from thier loved ones? Ever seen somone get convicted of something they didnt do? (Because of color) B.(Introduce topic) Some people think that it should be passed while others say it shouldnt be because of Jobs, and the economey changes. I support immigration reform and it should be passed for the reasons of our economey, political buisness, well being of immigrants. II.Opposition: People think that their jobs are dissapearing because of immigrants and that they shouldn't be in the United States. A. People believe that immigrants take jobs from americans.

B.Jobs dissapear day by day and yes some immigrants get a job (people think that there are only a specific number of jobs.) believed that immigrants take the income and money. Immigrants do send money to other countries, trying to bring more family over here for better future. III. 1st argument: How do immigrants help the economey? Or infact how do they help the nation of wonderful chances?Immigrants help the economey and nation. A. Immigrants do pay taxes and follow the laws and work hard

1. 11.2 million immigrants live in the united states and 10.7 of thoes immigrants are illegal. They do pay taxes
2. Undocumented immigrants paid $8.4 billion in sales taxes, $1.6 billion in property taxes, and $1.2 billion in personal income B. immigrants work for next to nothing and are glad of the pay.
1.In some manufacturies immigrants get paid more then they did in thier own country.
2.More production and less paying= more money for company
3 people believe that there is a specific number of jobs, in fact the job number is always changing, And infact Immigrants help the work force. III. 2nd argument: Politics want the reform to be passed because it can change the game of the next elections. A. politics want there to be more votes because of a possible change of game in the voting poles.

1. there are 10.7 million people in the united states unable to...
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