Most of these illegal workers are concentrated in California and Texas, although their presence can be felt all over the country.About three quarters of these illegal immigrants come to the United States after crossing the US/Mexico border.
“Employers may not refuse to consider all qualified persons with work authorization, whether citizen or non-citizen.
Employers must accept any document listed in the INS Handbook for Employers, and may not arbitrarily specify an INS document, or require additional documents.
Illegal immigration has been a problem for the United States for a long time.
This phenomena is not new and thousands of illegal immigrants have come into US through either the Mexico border, the Pacific Ocean, or through many other ways.
On the other hand, these illegal immigrants do not pay taxes and their employers also do not pay their taxes. Immigration and Naturalization Service, or INS, the total number of illegals in America from this source increases by 275,000 annually.
There are both pros and cons of illegal immigration and this paper shall take a look at some facts pertinent to illegal immigration in the United States.“Every day thousands of illegals stream across the 2,500 miles of border with Mexico. Already the United States is host to an illegal population of 7 to 12 million, of whom the vast majority are Mexican or Hispanic in origin.
They might be infected with a hundred diseases, such as polio, tuberculosis, etc.
These diseases can spread and cause a lot of problems for the American citizens.
These workers are not given any kind of health care or any other benefits (White).
These jobs are mostly opened illegally by US employers in order to save up on taxes and also save up on their costs by paying the workers less than minimum wage.