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Work cited Texas states government has the role toplay when regulating the immigrant’s cases. The states itself has a law thatmonitors immigration. The state mustenact its supplementary legislation that will set up policies that willdetermine which public services immigrant can access and introducing a robustemployees screening. The United States has developed a plan to construct a wallthat will cross the southern border. This wall is meant to prevent Mexican frommigrating to the United States. Taxes as a state must be ready to participatein this project policy.
Role, the State of Texas, Plays in theImmigration Policy I believe deportation and amnesty is notthe solution to solving cases of an undocumented immigrant in the United States(Espenshade & Charles, 189- 224). As such, the government must introduce aprogram that will monitor all activities of immigrants. This program wellawards citizenship only to those immigrants who are involved in any crime inthe United States as well as those who have started the family with natives.Also, deportation can be applied only to those immigrants who are lawbreakers.
This legal status will boost United Statesproductivity and wage; they can achieve this by document immigrants. Accordingto researchers, if they award the immigrants who are available for legal statusthe citizenship, they will generate about 876 billion to the economy in tenyear period. Approximately 12 millionundocumented immigrants are living in the United States. Deporting this entire immigrant to theirnative countries is unrealistic. Instead, United States government must offer them legal means to become citizens(Borjas). Regularizing immigrant byawarding them with citizenship will only strengthen united states nationalsecurity, stimulate a sound economy, vibrant and diverse culture.
Pros of Illegal Immigration in Regards to Both the U.S.and Texas Economies After reading the passage in the book, Iagree with Julian Castro, that, Texas states must establish a department thatwill monitor the population increases in the country. And all undocumentedimmigrants must be given the proper paper.
Whenever, the nation provideadequate immigrant paper they become business owners, taxpayers, and neighboursto natives. However, immigrants are an integral part of Texas diverse andthriving members of society. According to Texas economist, immigrant’s businessowners have generated approximately 8.1 billion dollars in business incomeevery financial year. All in all, population changes have somepolitical implication. Over the yearspopulation changes have created political stability in many states in theUnited States. Those rich states withlow growth are the most stable, while those poor and developing countries havehigh growth rates hence suffering from chronic instability. The statement aboveis the reason as to why Texas natives have started to consider immigrants asthe threat to their economy.
Population changes implication has createdenormous political instability mostly to ethnic division exist; thisconsequence complicates problems of Texas states government by supportingurbanization. Another impact of changing population is the unbalanced agestructure which occurs as a result of rapid increases in the population thathinders satisfaction of employment, education and healthcare systems(Citrin& Jack & Donald, 1124- 1154). Moreover, population changes have createda job insecurity tension among the natives.
Due to the high number of immigrantnative’s argue that they are going to occupy their job since immigrants arepaid low wages as compared to Texas natives. Texas has a long history of immigration,20% of Texas population is made up of immigrants hailed from Mexico. Theseimmigrants have contributed to the changes that have occurred in Texas in thepast decade. Due to increasedpopulation, Texas economy has been boosted as well as the growth of industries.Population changes in Texas have pulled nearly 50 percent of industrial workersfrom the immigrant community. In the year 2010, Texas census reported a massiveshift in population.
During her count she recorded a rise of 4.3 million sincethe year 2000 and 2010; these figures represented the highest populationchanges (Nei & Takeo & Ramjet, 1-10). Additionally, due to immigrationher population, have adopted different languages, religions and culturalnorms. The natives inherit the way ofthe immigrant.
It is inevitable for her to resist population changes sinceimmigrants have become part of their history. How Population is changing in TexasTexasis one of the largest states in the United States. Geographically Texas ispositioned in south-central religion. For the past decade, Texas hasexperienced tremendous growth of population due to immigration.
Majority ofimmigrates came from Mexico and other parts of the world. Immigration haschanged Texas economy in many dimensions such as economic growth, intermarriage and cultural believes amongothers.