Immigrants are Viewed as Strength Rather than Burden
Majority of the American have different view about the immigrant. 66% of the Americans said that the immigrants have contributed to their economy with their hard work, thereby making the country stronger. In comparison, 24% of Americans concluded that they are liabilities by taking jobs from them, dwelling in their houses and Heath center.
Among Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents, 88% think immigrants strengthen the country with their hard work and talents, and just 8% concluded that they are a burden to their country. Also, from the Republicans and Republican-leaning independents, 41% say immigrants strengthen the country, while 44% say they burden it.
Immigrants Deported from USA
Between fiscal 2017 and Fiscal 2018, over 337,000 were deported. Generally, the Obama administration deported about 3 million immigrants between 2009 and 2016, while the Bush Administration deported over 2 million immigrants between 2001 and 2008. This was the administration that has deported the highest number of immigrants so far. Also, in 2007, Trump deported 295,000 immigrants, and this was the administration that deported the least immigrants since 2006.
46% of immigrants deported were convicted of crimes, while 54% of the immigrant deported were not convicted of any crime. Between 2001 to 2018, 60% of immigrants Deported are not convicted of crimes. Recently, most immigrants of the United States of America have not been convicted of crimes. Higher criminals in the USA are citizens and not immigrants.
Immigrants’ Population Is Now Diminishing in the USA
The vast majority of illegal immigrants come to the United States in search of work. The most effective way to reduce illegal immigration would be the imposition of strong sanctions applied aggressively to both individuals and companies that hire illegal immigrants.
It is clear that the total deportation of illegal workers would cause a labor shortage that would not affect all sectors equally. On the other hand, the new immigration policy could reduce legal immigration, although it should be0 noted that this is not even a sure fact. If legal immigration slows down or collapses, the consequences for the U.S. economy would be dire. Implications for investment Nothing is decided yet regarding the future trajectory of immigration in the United States.
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