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Illegal Immigration

Illegal immigration is the act of an individual moving or settling in another country without obtaining permission from that country to do so.  The illegal immigrant may either intend to stay permanently or temporarily.

Most often, immigrants settle illegally in another country because of persecution or lack of opportunity in their home country and they do not have the resources or otherwise cannot obtain permission to immigrate legally.  In some cases the illegal immigrant is a convicted felon or other undesirable who would be unable to obtain permission to legally immigrate.

Some illegal immigrants originally were granted a temporary visa to visit or work in another country but have overstayed the expiration date of their visa and are now an illegal alien.  Some of the hijackers on the ill fated 9/11 flights originally entered the U.S. on legal visas that eventually expired.

The United States has a problem with hundreds of thousands (some say millions) of illegal immigrants coming in from Mexico and other Latin American countries because of the huge disparity in economic conditions between the U.S. and those countries.  Adding to the problem is the reality that undocumented workers are willing to work for wages that would be considered "too low" by most American workers.  Some employers find this availability of cheap labor to compelling to turn it away and thus provide employment to hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens.

To further the problem, the U.S. government seems unable or unwilling to hold employers accountable for knowingly hiring these undocumented workers.  While the Border Patrol attempts to stem the tide of illegals crossing the the thousands of miles of land and sea borders, government policies continue to provide incentives for illegal immigration.

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NPR Fact Check: What Has President Trump Done To Fight Illegal Immigration NPR President Trump returns Tuesday night to the same Phoenix convention center where he spoke during the campaign last year, laying out a 10 point plan to fight illegal immigration. He39s also visiting a U.S. Customs and Border Protection facility in Yuma, Trump stops in Arizona border town where illegal immigration plunged 82Fox Business Immigration crackdown has been effective, DHS officials say ahead of Trump39s Arizona visitCNBC Trump Expected to Tout Wall in Border VisitU.S. News World Report The Daily Caller WUWM USA TODAY all 38 news articles raquo

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New York Post Legislator equates Astorino39s illegal immigration stance to being New York Post A dispute over illegal immigration has turned ugly in Westchester, with a leader of the Board of Legislators accusing County Executive Rob Astorino of acting like a Nazi. Majority Leader Catherine Borgia D Ossining took issue with comments Astorino

Counterprotesters Swarm Rally Against Illegal Immigration In Laguna Beach Lo...
Los Angeles Times Counter protesters swarm rally against illegal immigration in Laguna Beach Los Angeles Times With protesters and counter protesters facing off in tense confrontations across the country this weekend in the wake of the deadly clash in Charlottesville, Va., activists in Orange County wanted to try something different. An America First rally 39America39s First39 Anti Illegal Immigration Rally Held in Laguna BeachNBC 7 San Diego Anti immigration group dwarfed by counterprotesters at beachSFGate Rally against illegal immigration set for California beachBakersfield Now FOX 11 Los Angeles all 110 news articles raquo

Soccer Star May Sue Breitbart For Using Photo In Illegal Immigration Story: R...
The Hill Soccer star may sue Breitbart for using photo in illegal immigration story: report The Hill Soccer star Lukas Podolski is considering legal action against Breitbart News for using a photo of him in an article about illegal immigration, according to a new report. BBC News reports Podolski, who starred on the German national team during their Podolski mulls legal action over use of picture in illegal immigration storyMid Day Breitbart apologises to Lukas Podolski for wrong usage of his image alongside an illegal immigration storyFirstpost Podolski considering legal action against Breitbart over Breitbart News Haaretz Newsweek The Sun all 96 news articles raquo

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Fox News Insider 39A Country of Laws39: Canada39s Trudeau Sounds Alarm About Illegal Immigrants Fox News Insider Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is sounding the alarm on the growing flood of immigrants entering Canada. quotCanada is an opening and welcoming society, but let me be clear. We are also a country of laws,quot Trudeau said in remarks after a meeting Canada39s Trudeau warns against entering country 39irregularly39Reuters Canada Justin Trudeau Is Cracking Down on Illegal Immigration in Canada After Preaching About Open BordersIndependent Journal Review Trudeau to asylum seekers: Crossing border illegally won39t fast track all 207 news articles raquo

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