Thesis: Immigration: What is to be Done
I. Most Americans have taken a negative attitude toward undocumented Immigrants.
A. There are serious problems regarding undocumented immigrants.
B. If immigration continues it could affect our lives.
II. The Pattern of undocumented entry into U.S.
A. Many Americans wants Border control to further enlarge and empower.
B. Closing doors to immigrants was a policy many states had.
III. To discriminate against legal immigrants is unfair.
A. The U.S. accepts more than 700,000 immigrants a year.
B. Immigrants plays crucial role in maintain city’s housing.
Today, I would like to inform you about the serious problems immigration could
cause. First, by giving you all the facts, and by explaining how immigration, if
continued, will affect our lives.
There has been so much controversy about immigration in the last few months that I
became interested in how immigration affects our lives. I've read Internet articles,
newspapers, and watched the news. So I became very informed about the subject of
Americans have always been realistic about immigration, but if it continues at the
rate it is, we will be in trouble. The biggest issue is the fact that the U.S. is in the
middle of another great wave of immigration. Nearly 1 million immigrants are coming
to the U.S. every year.
The immigration Act of 1965 was made to reunite and grant freedom for refugees. The
law nearly tripled the rate of immigration from 297,000 in 1965 to 850,000 in 2000.
This is not including illegal immigrants, which are estimated around 275,000 per year.
During the 1990s there was an economic boom in which the number of illegal
immigrants more than doubled, hitting 8.7 million.
The impact of immigration – legal and illegal on jobs, school, and health care are
becoming a very serious problem. But more serious...