Mixed Feelings of American over illegal immigrants

People of America have shown mixed feelings over the illegal immigrants. Few people hold the opinion that they are happy with the unregistered immigrants and a few says they should be deported and the recent rise of deportation is really good, claims Pew research center recently released report.

The report claims “recent rise of deportation is on hike and breaking the record of 1 score”. It is said that almost 420,000 illegal immigrants have been deported from the country in 2012. Besides, the report says “during the years of 2009 to 2012 more than 1.6 million illegal immigrants have been deported and the deportation figure was same that had been accounted during the two tenures of the then President George W. Bush”.

A senior democrat Chuck Schumer holds the opinion that “our system is flawed and there are some breaches in our immigration policy”. On the contrary, Congressional Budget Office told that “if we make reports in our immigration system, our GDP will grow to up to 3.5% and that would be more than Democratic spending and Republican tax”.
The Pew research center released report is showing an alarming figure. It claims that 73 percent people think that illegal immigrants should not be expelled from the country and there should be a way out for the legitimacy of their citizenship. Carroll Doherty the director of Pew said “a large majority of United States favors the illegal immigrants and enactment of legislation would create conflicted feelings among the people”.

Lastly, another survey also claims the same figure that has been pointed out by Pew research center. It claims 60 percent of Americans dislike the rising figure of deportation and they are not in favor of enactment of immigration law”.


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