Employment of Illegal Immigrants
Employment of illegal immigrants in the United States, as well as other countries has been a highly controversial subject for many years now. There are many people living in various countries around the world that are unhappy with the way they are living, and want something more out of life than what their country can offer. Due to their unhappiness, they decide to immigrate to another country, and this is usually done illegally. Once they are in their preferred country, which a lot of the time is the United States, they are forced to work in low skilled jobs because higher skilled jobs require people to speak fluent English and show proof of residency. Although many people view illegal migrants as a problem and something that is bad for our country, I see this issue in another light. While researching this topic, I have discovered the struggles and tribulations that many illegal migrants must face while in search of a better life. In this paper, I will discuss the reasons why and how they leave their home countries, the type of work they must do in order to survive, and the legal aspects that try to prevent them from working as undocumented immigrants.
One of the main reasons many people from various countries decide to immigrate to the United States, is because they want a better life for themselves or for their children. When deciding to do this they must prepare themselves to leave everything they know and risk their lives, in order to migrate to a new foreign country. They leave their families, their children, and their valuable possessions, but to them it will all be worth it. During these dangerous journey’s, they face every possible danger you can think of. The ways in which they are able to get over into the states is very risky, they sometimes use homemade boats or tubes, stowing away in shipping containers, or even hiring a smuggler to get them across the border. These people are desperate and will do anything to get...
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