Immigration

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Immigration von Mind Map: Immigration

1. Effects the economy

1.1. The average unskilled immigrant household uses almost $20,000 more in govt. services then it paid in taxes.

1.2. illegal alians oppose a physical burden to state, local, and federal govt. of an estimated $113 billion dollars per year, however are only the source of just $13 billion in tax revenue.

2. Bring unwanted diseases such as tuberculosous.

2.1. Immigrants with lower health regulations come into the states and bring unsafe health issues such as tuberculosous which then and causes a health risk for americans.

3. Want to come to America to provide a more healthy lifestyle for themselves and their family.

3.1. Immigrants move to america to put their families in a better enviornment away from the poverty, drugs, and crime of their country.

4. Want to come to America to find better jobs and make more money.

4.1. Immigrants feel the need to leave their home country with theirs family and belongings to support and better provide for their families.

5. illegal as well as legal immigration makes americans feel worried and possibly unsafe in their own country. •89% of Americans think illegal immigration into the U.S. is a problem (30% "extremely serious," 33% "very serious," and 26% "somewhat serious." (Time Magazine, Jan. 2006)

6. illegal as well as legal immigration may cause americans to feel worried as well as unsafe in their own country.

6.1. •89% of Americans think illegal immigration into the U.S. is a problem (30% "extremely serious," 33% "very serious," and 26% "somewhat serious." (Time Magazine, Jan. 2006)

6.2. •82% think that not enough is being done along the borders to keep illegal immigrants from crossing into the country. (Time Magazine, Mar. 2006)

6.3. •68% feel that the number of immigrants who cross the border, whether legal or illegal is "too high."

6.4. •62% oppose making it easier for illegal immigrants to become citizens of America. (Quinnipiac Univ., Feb. 2006)