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Bloomberg: Immigrants Help

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Ryan Tibari's curator insight, May 27, 2015 10:01 AM

Undocumented people are showing up at our borders uncontrollably. Most of these consist of teens but some are as young as 5 years old. Most immigrants are coming from bordering countries because we're close. These countries consist of Mexico and Canada even though most of these immigrants are from Mexico. Some of these people are caught and deported or sent to shelters for further notice.

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ILLEGAL IS A CRIME

ILLEGAL IS A CRIME | documented and undocumented Aliens | Scoop.it
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marco sanchez's comment, May 14, 2013 2:58 PM
This picture depicts the opposing viewpoint of those who support illegal immigrants. These opposers believe that the U.S shouldn't support people that commited a crime by comming here illegally and that commit a crime everyday of their lives by staying in the U.S.
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DON'T DEPORT MY MOM

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marco sanchez's comment, May 14, 2013 2:39 PM
The picture above portrays the viewpont that many illegal immigrants share along with their supporters, they believe that deporting illegal immigrants causes families to split up resulting in children growing up without a mother or father in their lives.
marco sanchez's comment, May 14, 2013 2:50 PM
The above picture portrays the viewpoint that many illegal immigrant families have, they believe that deportation only leads to families being split up and their children growing up without parents.
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Immigration lessons for the U.S. from around the world

Immigration lessons for the U.S. from around the world | documented and undocumented Aliens | Scoop.it
Fareed Zakaria looks at how the immigration systems work - and don't work - in Japan, Europe, Canada and the U.S. in the TV special: "Global Lessons: The GPS Roadmap for Making Immigration Work" which aired on CNN on Sunday, June 10.
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The New York Times Upfront: Are Illegal Immigrants Good for the U.S. Economy?

The New York Times Upfront: Are Illegal Immigrants Good for the U.S. Economy? | documented and undocumented Aliens | Scoop.it

Are Illegal Immigrants Good for the U.S. Economy?

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marco sanchez's comment, May 14, 2013 2:51 PM
Answers the vital question of whether illigal immigrants are good for the U.S economy or not and backs up the two answers with facts.
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Percent Admitted LPRs by State or Territory of Intended Residence, 2008

Percent Admitted LPRs by State or Territory of Intended Residence, 2008 | documented and undocumented Aliens | Scoop.it
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Frequently Requested Statistics on Immigrants and Immigration in the United States

Frequently Requested Statistics on Immigrants and Immigration in the United States | documented and undocumented Aliens | Scoop.it

Immigration has a profound impact on the United States, which throughout its history has been a destination for migrants from across the globe. Immigration touches on myriad facets of American life – ranging from the economic and political to the cultural.

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As of 2010, Mexican-born immigrants accounted for approximately 29 percent of the nearly 40 million foreign born residing in the United States, making them the largest immigrant group in the country by far.

China (including Hong Kong) accounted for 5 percent of all foreign born, followed by India and the Philippines, each comprising approximately 4 percent of the immigrant population. .

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