Problems home and seek asylum, and some people come

Problems with United States’
Immigration

          The
United States allow the immigrants to get in everyday but some immigrants cause
problems. Immigrants can come as threats in many ways. Immigrants all come for
different reasons such as running away from war at home and seek asylum, and
some people come for the “American dream” but end up with a letdown.

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          People
who immigrate from different countries have potential threat to the country.
For example, we never know who is and who is not a threat; another problem with
U.S. immigration is the different people that can bring in diseases and
bacteria. We’ve already had plenty of immigrants let in this country for a
while so there’s no telling what threat we could have let in until the news report
something major, but waiting is not an option 
because doctors need  to check
immigrants  for anything if we do not
want the population to decrease. (Author: Chrisman, Matthew)

          Are
immigrants in the United States treated right? Everyday people move to the
United States for good and bad things. For example, people who come in the
country as terrorists are a major threat and we prevent that through the
airport security check using the advanced technology of today. Sometimes we are
fooled by the appearance of people but we must be aware at all times. Besides
treating potential terrorist immigrants, we treat those innocent immigrants by
doing the same security check. Sometimes when there is a sick person the
security may also take the person to a room to get them checked to see if they
are carrying a contagious disease. (Author: Longmann, Barry)

          Do
we benefit from having immigrants? Every year, thousands of immigrants from
around the world, come into the U.S. These immigrants have many different reasons;
some come in hoping to find a better life; others are here escaping persecution
and wars in their home country. Many of these people believe the U.S is the
best place to go. There is more opportunities for these immigrants. However,
the plethora of immigrants is affecting the native-born citizens of the United
States. Some citizens believe that immigration can be hazardous to the
environment, by putting a strain on already disappearing natural resources.
Others say that crime, poverty, and over populating on immigration. About over
60 million immigrants have been added to the U.S. since 1970, it is said that the population will increase by 130
million people within the next fifty years. The government has tried to
somewhat limit immigration (Author: James Kohl)