In a recent report, released by the Pew Research Center, the majority of Americans claimed that they agree illegal aliens should be allowed to stay, in the country. However, a significant portion of the population also, maintained that they were pleased with the recent rise in deportations. Read the rest of this entry
The Bureau of Labor and Statistics (BLS) has estimated that on average 11.46 million people were without jobs, per month in 2013. This is markedly less than the Pew Research Center’s latest estimate to the total illegal immigrant population in the United States, of 11.7 million, as of March 2012.
The report, “Population Decline of Unauthorized Immigrants Stalls, May Have Reversed,” stated that the illegal alien population grew steadily from 1990 to 2007. The illegal immigrant population grew at an average rate of over 500,000 people, per year. The population peaked around 12.2 million people, just before the recession in 2008. Read the rest of this entry
In NJ the average cost to educate a kid is about $14,000 per year plus about another $17,000 for English as a 2nd Language classes. Total is $31,000 per child of ILLEGAL immigrants.
Lets say the ILLEGAL pays all state and federal taxes of an income of $50,000 on the books. That’s about $7,000 per year after basic deductions. Again, artificially high in favor of Pro Amnesty because with deductions for their kids they can easily pay ZERO in state and federal Income Taxes. Read the rest of this entry
The Texas immigrant population has grown more than 70,000 people, in recent years. Bringing the total number, of undocumented immigrants, to over 1.8 million. This growing illegal immigrant population comes with the price tag of nearly $9 billion, per year.
Texas lost over $12 billion, in 2013 alone, as a result of illegal immigrants. Which amounts to almost $1,200 per legal Texan household. Illegal immigrants paid $1.27 billion in sales, property, alcohol, and cigarette taxes, in 2013. These tax revenues barely scratch the surface, of the expenses produced by the immigrant population.
Very hectic closed door negotiations have finally materialized into a positive outcome. With the senate’s bipartisan “Gang of eight” offering a legislative summary of its proposals for complete immigration reforms. Let’s analyze how the Senate gang managed out four newest immigration flashpoints like border security, legalizing about 12 million undocumented immigrants in US, changing or creating new guidelines and programs under which the future potential workers could migrate into US, and finally to streamline and restructure of the family based immigration system.
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The United States of America seems to be a country with a continual illegal immigration crisis and most will agree that something must be done. However, will the proposed reform plans including the “pathway to citizenship” resolve the issue? President Barack Obama was voted president twice and most have supported the DREAM Act. There are immigrants who played by the rules and were issued visas but somehow there are a number of things that Americans must know before they take their stand on the immigration reform. Read the rest of this entry