is there a solution to illegal immigration?

Illegal immigration problem isn't going to be solved over night and any solution that I have found has major flaws. Amnesty. - currently UCIS are overload with work, how would they be able to cope if 13 million new applications needed to be processed. - If i****************s were granted amnesty what would stop more i****************s crossing the boarder, would you need to grant amnesty every 20 years to increasing number of i****************s. - How are we to know what the back ground is of all these i****************s, what is to stop murders, rapists, etc gaining legal status and hence avoiding prosecution for their crimes. - Wouldn't all the i****************s start using facilities the same as citizens, since they will be able to legally. This increase wouldn't be covered by the taxes collected. - Wouldn't this have a negative effect of the unemployed. - Wouldn't this increase prices and cause unemployment to hispanics. - wouldn't employers simply hire the new wave of i****************s and we have 13 million new unemployed citizens. Removal; - how exactly would you remove 13 million people? - How much would it cost to house, feed and pay for removal of 13 million people? - How long would the processing time be to remove the people? - Were would the resources come from, each state, the government, etc? - Who would pay for this? - What's to stop the same people returning again? Reforming the law to allow more immigrants of low skill: - i****************s already take more job of african American in the low skilled worker than anyone else. - the low skilled worker have the highest rate of unemployment out of any band would increasing the number of workers in this area be beneficial at all. - If the population control done by UCIS stayed in place wouldn't this effect high skilled workers visa application. - UCIS struggles already with the number of applications would more simply cause longer delays? - It is often stated that i****************s can't afford the Visa fees would increasing the number of visas have any effect on the number of i****************s or would it simply increase the amount low skilled visa applications from Europe? Enforcing the currently law and prosecuting employers of illegals. - Removal in great numbers wouldn't occur. - Would have negative effects on the local economy as some business shut. - Illegals would find ways to continue to work until the company is raided and then simply go under ground.

Asked By: clint_slicker - 3/12/2010
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Amnesty... More
Answered By: positiverealist - 3/12/2010
Additional Answers (15)
Immigration Reform.
Answered By: Schaefer - 3/12/2010
The most obvious solution is to take away incentives... More
Answered By: Sasori - 3/12/2010
Round them up in a military and law enforcement sweep and take them back, then if any come back imprision them for life. But this govt doesnt have the guts to do that becuase they are sissy's.
Answered By: Barry D - 3/12/2010
Yes. Mass deportation of ALL illegal aliens back to where they came from. It has been done before and can be done again.
Answered By: Sci Fi Fan - 3/12/2010
Remove the rewards/incentives and the illegals will leave at their own expense... More
Answered By: youarewrongbobisright - 3/12/2010
time to play cowboy and mexican....round em up and coral em---ship em out...why dont we just overtake mexico and put them in prisons there?
Answered By: Idealist - 3/12/2010
We still have a militia in this country. Why don't we use it? The laws are on the books, all we have to do is use them or enforce them. We could have more jobs for the jobless if we could get rid of the illegals.
Answered By: Saramlou - 3/12/2010
A Stasi style border with automatic machine guns and land mines should do the trick. Then leave the bodies there, to rot, as a visual deterrent to others.
Answered By: Hoekom jy my haat - 3/12/2010
removing the illegals will be hard- but not removing them will be harder... More
Answered By: upyr1 - 3/12/2010
secure our borders and out the illegals.....put them into prison when we catch em here illegally
Answered By: WheninRome - 3/12/2010
There will always be a problem with illegal immigration - that is fact, but the real key to slowing down illegal immigration is to have third world countries become developing countries - making more job opportunities for their citizens along with decent wages. People from third world countries are also exploited by... More
Answered By: Rejji - 3/12/2010
haha this is funny... you just cant and never will be able to. There is just too many. People can cry and cry about it but its just tooo bad. If you hate it so bad you might as well leave and go live in another country haha. In a couple of years those 13 million you say, may be 15 16 or 17 million. They will rule the... More
Answered By: Daniela m - 3/12/2010
That's so mean. I think the immigration reform should be passed. Just because people are here illegally doesn't make them murderers, or rapists. your CRAZY. There are millions documented people that SELL WEED and ruin their lives everyday. While on the other hand, illegal aliens just came here for a BETTER life. and... More
Answered By: Joanna - 3/13/2010
When they started mass deportations...they came for an illegal alien family... More
Answered By: Rivers - 3/13/2010
Yes there is. Although it will be expensive and hard. However, NOT fixing the problem will be worse... More
Answered By: studentofthepast - 3/14/2010
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