"An estimated 11.5 million unauthorized immigrants were living in the United
States in January 2011 compared to a revised 2010 estimate of 11.6 million. Fifty- nine percent of unauthorized immigrants in 2011 were from Mexico."
the people can only really assume that all unauthorized immigrants are Latin@. But that is not necessarily always the case. Unauthorized entry by immigrants has always been a very difficult attempt to enter the United States of America and has been an ongoing controversial topic in this country, but in the recent years it has been an escalating situation.
Most unauthorized immigrants have been apprehended in some way or caught by the border patrol while attempting to cross the border. In the past two decades the numbers between apprehended and caught immigrants have dramatically changed. In the past there were more apprehended immigrants arrested for a crime, which were then being deported then there is at this time. But on the other …show more content…
Obama’s proposed Executive Action is aspiring to the headache that the effect would be gone in a short period of time and the pain will come back. It is a temporary relief to some but also the root of new problems. Legalizing millions of immigrants and providing them a status would do nothing to stop others to come undocumented to the United States. Having more and more immigrants enter this country in seek to join their fellow members of the Latin@ community so they too could live the ‘American dream’. Unfortunately this would only cause a sea of immigrants to want to cross the border even more then they are now. Causing an increase in future mistreatment of