Solving Immigration Problem

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Solving Immigration Problem
Immigration has been one of the most important international phenomena. People have migrated across boundaries owing to economic, political, or social reasons. Immigration to Unites States has been controversial topic and a major source of population growth and cultural exchange over more than 3 decades. According to United States Census the population will grow to 420 million by the year 2050. While on one hand, immigration contributes to the society by creating diverse culture, enhance economy, but on other hand side, illegal immigrant hampers job market and has endangered the national security. Punishing the employers for hiring illegal immigrants, implementing strict border protection and accepting talented legal immigrants as permanent residence or citizen, are some of the way to solve the immigration problem.

As the illegal immigrants accept the job with low wage, many businesses hire those immigrants, which will lower their cost and increase the profitability of their business. Therefore, the government should implement strict rule towards the business. The government should conduct the surprise inspection in the business in order to find any illegal immigrant working. The employer who hires illegal must be punished by restricting their license to run the business and fining them with large amount. This provision will help to reduce the illegal immigrant hiring which will distract the immigrants from entering into the United States. Availability of job opportunity is one of the most attractive aspects for immigrants. Therefore, reducing the job opportunity will definitely divert the immigrants.

According to the DHS report, “Mexico continued to be the leading source country of unauthorized immigration to the United States; they made up 59 percent of the group, with 6.8 million believed to be in the country.” Illegal immigrants from El Salvador were a distant second, with some 660,000 believed to be in the United States....
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