Argumentative Essay On Illegal Immigration

Words: 750
Pages: 3

Illegal immigration is one of the biggest problem that United State is facing right now. Which at the end it affects the whole American’s economy in some sense. It’s not fair that American’s citizen work really hard daily and another strange people come and start to mess with their own economy. An illegal immigrant is define as a foreigner who enters the U.S. or any other nation without an entry or immigrant visa, especially a person who crosses the border by avoiding inspection or who overstays the period of time allowed as a visitor, tourist, or businessperson. There are many problems which develop and they front as human, learn a new language, adopt to a new lifestyle, food, overpopulation, rising crime rates and unemployment. Therefore, the United Stated of American government must control the borders so, illegal immigrants don’t enter easily to the country.
“Leaving your country is like dying, and when you come back you are like a ghost returning to earth, roaming around with missing gaze in your eyes”- NoViolet Bulawayo. I personally think that everyone else thought is way different as mine in this type of cases. I think that they shouldn’t be allowed to stay if they enter by the
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They call it corn here, and it comes out all wrong, like small, sweet too soft. I don’t even bother with it ant more because eating it is really disappointing thing, it feels like I’m just insulting my teeth. I watch the fields stretch endlessly and it starts to make me nervous because I can’t imagine what could be coming next” (pg.166). This mean that back in Africa they aren’t used to eat this type of food or they do but differently. Which at last the immigrants people that come here suffer for the food. I’m an immigrant in this nation but, fortunately legally with all my papers in order and nobody else than me knows how it feels, because I honestly suffer a lot with the food because its way different that back