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合法移民和非法移民對微觀經濟學的影響 Effects of Legal and Illegal Immigration on Microeconomics

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There are many effects of legal and illegal immigration and how it effects today’s economy. There are many views on how immigration is effecting the way the United States economy is hurt, and is prosperous depending on which political party you ask. The effects of immigration isn’t such an easy thing to determine. It can take years of study and there can be other things that can contribute to how the effects of immigration are on the economy.

There are basically two types of immigration. The types of immigrants are legal immigrants and illegal immigrants. Legal immigrants are those who arrive in this country and are authorized to be in the US. They have visas to go to school, or to work in the U.S. for a certain amount of time. Illegal immigrants come into the country illegally, or enter on temporary visas and then don’t leave when they are supposed to. There currently is an average of 10,000 illegal aliens (see Appendix A) that cross the border every day, over 3 million a year (Camarota, 2009). The education levels of these immigrants may vary. Studies show that 35-40% of illegal immigrants come from Mexico and Central America. These immigrants usually have limited education, and speak limited English (Passel, 2005). About 25% of the immigration comes from countries like China which are highly skilled. When people move into an area, whether they are legal immigrants or illegal immigrants, it should make for more consumers, and potential workers (Rector, Kim, and Watkins, 2007). There is opportunity for jobs in the economy.

There’s currently an immigration reform act that the United States is waiting on the government to vote, pass, veto or have the President go around the process to use an executive order. The Democrats for the most part, believe that immigration strengthens the economy, and is seeing citizenship for those who qualify. The citizenship would pave the way for undocumented immigrants to become citizens if they learn English, which would include immigrants that were brought to the U.S. as children. The Democrats want the immigration act to have restrictions. The laws need to be enforced for those who are illegally here. There would be punishment for the companies that would continue to hire and use illegal immigrants. There is also strengthening of the borders.

'We strengthened security at the borders so that we could finally stem the tide of illegal immigrants. We put more boots on the ground on the southern border than at any time in our . And today, illegal crossings are down nearly 80 percent from their peak in 2000.' (Obama, 2013). More personnel on the ground at the borders will lead to less activity at the border and more jobs which also will help the economy. “Today, the Border Patrol is better staffed than ever before, having doubled the number of agents from approximately 10,000 in 2004 to more than 21,000 in 2011.” (Schneider, 2014)

The Republicans believe immigrants are a burden on the U.S. Republicans believe that illegal immigrants are taking jobs, housing, and healt本由提供整理,提供,,,,,,相關核心關鍵詞搜索。

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