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Illegal Immigration, Amnesty, How It Effects the U.S.

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Patricia Gillespie McAllister

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Illegal Immigration, Amnesty, How it Effects the U.S.

Based on a report by the United Nations, about 97 percent of the illegal immigrants who enter the U.S. do so across the almost 2,000-mile border between the U.S. and Mexico, but only 20 percent of those who cross the border illegally are ever caught.

The New York Times reports that about 4.5 million illegal aliens in the U.S. drive on a regular basis, many without licenses or insurance, or even the ability to read road signs written in English. Meanwhile, the California legislature has just voted to give driver’s licenses to illegal aliens.  “There is a statistically significant correlation between state per capita illegal immigration rates and car thefts. This correlation is particularly strong."

In California, governor Jerry Brown made it legal for illegal aliens to practice law. An illegal alien can complete law school, pass the bar, and become a district attorney, whose his or her job will be to send legal citizens to prison.

We need a complete program to end illegal immigration. We must ensure that people who enter the United States illegally, or overstay their lawful status, will not be able to get employment, public assistance benefits, public education, public housing, or any other taxpayer-funded benefit.


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