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Debate: Should Mexicans who are in the country illegally be allowed to stay? Yes: Pros and No: Cons. (To be allowed to stay: Be given amnesty, guest worker permits, green cards, residency etc.).
The pro and con topics why you think the Mexicans who are here illegally should be allowed to have a pathway to legalization or not include the following considerations:
Do the Mexicans who are here illegally contribute to the following, yes or no? (Use this information to support your pro or con argument):
Consider the following funding issues:
Find a scholarly article (at least five pages) on one of the following topics or on a topic not listed below that interests you. Please read, underline, and take notes on the article. Begin writing your three-point argument in outline form.
Find another scholarly article (at least five pages) on one for the following topics or on a topic not listed below that interests you. Please read, underline, and take notes on the article. Combine your notes and three point argument in outline form. Feel free to use as many sources as you need to argue effectively, although you are only required to have 2 in total
Mexicans Who Are In The U.S. Illegally Should Be Legalised
Length: 3 pages (825 Words)
Mexicans who are in the U.S. illegally should be legalized
The number of illegal Mexican immigrants in the U.S. has stabilized in the past two years after ten years of rapid growth. The U.S. has been confused on the issue of whether to legalize the Mexican immigrants who have already become assimilated into their cultures and given birth to children. The Mexican immigrants have brought benefits and harms into the nation, in 2014, there were about 11.3 million unlawful immigrants in the U.S. who currently constitute 3.5% of the total population (David 26).
The immigrants should be allowed to stay and given full citizenship rights, this is because they contribute to the federal and local tax base in their various states. Mexican immigrants pay taxes in the form of property, income, sales and taxes at the state and federal level. According to a range of studies, Mexican immigrants have been found to remit a lot of funds to the government when it comes to income tax payment. The immigrants pay between $90 and $140 billion annually in local, state and federal taxes (McCarthy 45).