Immigration: Alien and Democratic Party Essay

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Today, the problem of illegal immigration becomes an unbearable burden for the US. Who is often left alone in face of a bunch of economic problems caused by illegal immigration. Because of the current crises it is even harder to have illegal immigrants because they take up money that the US doesn’t have. In other words, our budget cannot expand any further to support the social expenses and elimination of problems raised by illegal immigration. Immigration has been a very heated topic lately with completely opposite sides. I am here to present you both sides to help you choose.

The Republican party is for stricter laws on immigration, including increased sanctions for illegal entry and knowingly hiring an illegal alien, and enhanced border security and the exclusion of amnesty to any illegal non-citizen. To sum this up, the Republican party is for the most part against immigration. The democratic party is A LOT different! You will learn about that in the next paragraph.

On the other hand, the Democratic party tends to favor more open borders versus the Republican Party. As the Democratic party said in 2004, supports the improvement of "security at our borders and entry-points". However, when it comes to eventual legalization of illegal aliens, the Democratic Party is in favor of it. Especially those who "clear a background check, work hard and pay taxes should have a path to earn full participation in America."

However, even the above views are