The Negative Effects of Hiring Illegal Aliens on the American Economy
A. It is established that entering the United States illegally is a crime. B. Illegal aliens negatively affect the United States in many ways; one being, weakening the American economy. a. Illegal aliens steal jobs away from American citizens, receive free education for their children at the expense of taxpayers, and receive health care at the expense of American citizens. C. A common sense solution to the problem of illegal immigration is for American employers to not hire illegal aliens. II. Illegal aliens send their children to public schools which costs American taxpayers. III. Illegal aliens cost American citizens money by using hospitals and not paying their bills; this makes the cost of health care rise and therefore, the cost of health insurance increases. IV. Illegal aliens receive welfare and other government aid, including billions of dollars in tax credits each year. V. Illegal aliens find it easy to gain employ employment while the percentage of unemployment skyrockets for U.S. citizens. A. The propaganda that Americans do not want these jobs in hard laboring fields is simply a myth. B. American companies have a difficult time resisting the lure of cheap labor. C. American businesses do not realize the high cost of cheap labor. a. Most of the moneys paid to illegal workers are sent abroad to their families in other countries instead of being circulated to back into the American economy. b. Business owners and employers who are caught hiring illegal aliens are punished by having to pay high fines; repeat offenders face jail time. c. American businesses should take more precautionary steps to avoid hiring illegal aliens, such as the national database (E-Verify) and this would deter illegals from crossing our borders. VI. Conclusion
The ever growing epidemic of illegal aliens is bleeding the American economy dry. Reducing the number of illegal aliens would strengthen our economy and secure our nation.
The Negative Impact of Illegal Aliens on the American Economy
Millions of foreigners cross our borders in search of the “American Dream” but, instead of applying for citizenship, they enter illegally. They knowingly and willfully come into our country “through the back door” and this is a criminal offense. For this reason, these people will be referred as, by the proper label, illegal aliens. Referring to them as undocumented workers, or any other label, diminishes the criminality of them being in the United States and would be like calling a drug dealer an “unlicensed pharmacist” or calling a burglar an “unwanted guest”. Illegal aliens cause many problems for the United States; one of them being, the American economy. Illegal aliens are like parasites that feed off American citizens by stealing jobs, receiving free education for their children, and free health care. There is an estimated 12 million illegal aliens in the United States and while politicians and legislators spread their propaganda that our economy would suffer without illegal aliens, American employers should understand how detrimental illegals are to our nation and take every precaution to ensure that the employees they hire are, indeed, legal to work in the United States.
One of the ways that our economy is negatively impacted is the burden placed on taxpayers for the cost of educating illegal aliens and their children. It has been estimated that over 65,000 illegal youth graduate American high schools each year (www.dreamact.info). Not only are free classes to learn English offered to illegal aliens across the nation, but their children are placed in America’s public schools at the expense of American taxpayers. These children come to school every week; receive a free breakfast,...