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Is Undocumented Immigration Into the United States a Problem?
Undocumented immigration into the United States is not a problem.
Undocumented immigrants are less likely to commit crimes than US citizens.
Undocumented immigrants primarily only take the jobs that Americans are unwilling to do.
All migration reduces social cohesion and saturates the labor force, reducing the value of middle and lower class labor, and thus increases crime and poverty. Undocumented migration isn't a problem
Undocumented immigrants pay taxes and contribute to the economy.
If people are trying to flee the dangerous countries they are from, it should not be so difficult for them to get into and stay in the US.
Undocumented immigrants contribute to a richer culture and biodiversity.
Accepting undocumented/illegal-immigration undermines the integrity of the legal process and authority of law.
Undocumented immigrants are breaking the law by being undocumented, and that is enough of an issue to kick them out.
Many legal migrants to the US went through long and demanding procedures in order to gain their status. It is unjust to allow others to circumvent these rules.
Undocumented immigrants are taking resources away from US citizens.
Not cracking down on undocumented immigration makes it easier for terrorists to enter our country.
Should high-income countries take in refugees?
Should U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) be eliminated?
Should the United States be the global police?