I think the US should build a fence dividing us and Mexico because of the following reasons. First, the financial reason of this is when illegal aliens come to the US they feed off of americans health care and tax dollars from the government. Also a lot of illegal stuff can be transported easily across the borders. Immigrants often don't have health care because they can afford it and they cannot afford the medical payment when they become injured which affects the economy in America. Around eight million illegal aliens live in the US, and many of them aren't working. Americans also believe that immigrants have jobs that the Americans should have. Wage reduction is something that has occurred as immigrants fill certain jobs up. Language differences

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