How do undocumented immigrants effect cities and local areas?

Any social and economic impact that this group makes but more specifically on cities like San Francisco and Oakland. There's tons of research documents that focus on the national level but anything for local cities? Yes, I've tried Google but it doesn't search for reports or anything really helpful. Any information would be helpful. Thanks.

Asked By: lejoncolbert - 4/16/2011
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They undercut our construction jobs by working for under union scale, on a cash basis. They don't need to be covered by workman's comp... More
Answered By: Nick Delba - 4/16/2011
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I don't think you realize how vicious you are being when you use the term "undocumented immigrants... More
Answered By: ß - 4/16/2011
If they tell the true impact ILLEGALS have on this country,the gov. would have to put a stop to it , and risk not being re elected,and millions of future anchor baby votes would no longer be an issue...
Answered By: Darrin - 4/16/2011
do you mean illegal aliens? Undocumented immigrants could mean if I went into Mexico and lose my passport. But based on your name, I can see why you use that soft term made up by the illegal aliens themselves.
Answered By: Typical California Liberal - 4/16/2011
Actually, i feel pretty bad for them because they are being exploited, even by some politicians. I heard of a politician in my state who hired illegals to do his work and he denied it all, also stating that he wasn't aware of their status. Anyways, they work for low pay, they pay taxes just like every one else and they... More
Answered By: S.ashley Tilamock - 4/16/2011
They're exploited labor. In a recent survey, more employers preferred undocumented immigrants because they were harder workers, and it was easier for them to exploit their labor since it's easy for them to just call immigration services and be deported... More
Answered By: Justice isnt Color Blind - 4/16/2011
undocumented immigrant is an oxymoron. If you have no documents you are not an immigrant.
Answered By: huasquar - 4/16/2011
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