Impacts of Immigration in America

Organizational Impact on Immigration

  • Legal and illegal immigration into the United States has been increasing over the years.
  • The united States immigration system has not been quite restrictive since the year 1891
  • Evidence can clearly be seen from how easily the terrorists committed the attacks on 9/11
  • Interior security and enforcement could however be the change needed to curb the issue of immigration in America

Immigration impacts on human resource and budget

  • The foreign born population in America has been on the rise in recent past. The foreign-born workers have been estimated to account for 11.5 percent of the entire workforce.
  • It is estimated that the American tax payers have had to part with a cost of two hundred and thirty dollars every single year to cater for the immigrants.

Policy and politics impacts on immigration

  • One of the policies that should be put in place is the restrict border laws
  • Policies that will also ultimately affect the federal budget should also be put in place.
  • The state should also come up with an immigration modernization act to control the population of the immigrants in the most civil way

References

  • Government Accountability Office. Immigration Benefit Fraud, Focused Approach is Needed to Address Problems. GAO Report GAO-02-66. Washington, D.C.: GAO, 2002, http://www.gao.gov/new.items/d0266.pdf
  • Nancy T. Kinney (2005). The Impact of Restrictive Immigration Policies on Political empowerment. Print
  • Vernon M. Briggs (1999). Immigration Policy and Human Resource Development. Cornell University

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