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The Social Problem of Illegal Immigration

Posted on September 4th, 2012 by essay

This paper will be about the social problem of illegal immigration. Nowadays it is on of the most disputable social and political issues in America. I think that illegal immigration into the United States is a social problem that should be stopped as soon as possible. Historically illegal immigration is a crime. Criminal treatise of this notion gives the name to such kind of immigration; I mean that is why we call it “illegal” immigration. Moreover it is also unfair not only to Americans but also to the people of the country from which they illegally immigrated. This social problem has historical roots and the first cause of illegal immigration is consists in poor life conditions and life problems in the […]

Illegal Immigration essay

Posted on July 26th, 2012 by essay

In this paper we are going to discuss the notion of illegal immigration and its possible negative and positive impact on the country, taking as the base the situation with illegal immigrants in America. There are normally three reasons for immigrants to be called illegal: “entering without authorization or inspection, staying beyond the authorized period after legal entry, or violating the terms of legal entry” (Smith, 5). According to the data of the United States Government Accountability Office – around 400 000-700 000 illegal immigrants came to America since 1992. Mostly these people managed to cross the border with Mexico and some – Canadian border. This is evident, that such flow of people can not remain irrelevant for the general […]

Essay on How Italy has managed the immigration problem and how Italy should manage it

Posted on March 29th, 2013 by essay

In the this essay I would like to consider the current immigration problem in Italy and history of this issue. Moreover, I would like to analyze the Bossi – Fini law. To begin with it should be noted that immigration to Italy is a relatively recent phenomenon, which began to reach significant size, roughly in the early 70-ies of the XX century, and later became a phenomenon characteristic of the Italian population in the early twenty-first century. As a matter of fact, on January 1, 2009 Italy was the fourth European country on the absolute number of foreign residents, behind Germany (7.2 million), Spain (5.7 million) and the United Kingdom (4 million). It is essential to note that Italy, for […]

How Italy has managed the immigration problem and how Italy should manage it

Posted on March 18th, 2013 by essay

It can be said that the central place in the current Italian immigration policy has Bossi-Fini law, which was adopted on July 30, 2002. This law is governing the status of the immigrants on the Italian territory; also, it covers the matter of deportation. In particular, a Prefect of the Province, where it is traced the illegal immigrants should immediately report to the police, which in turn should accompaniment to the border the illegal immigrants. Illegal immigrants without valid identity documents are taken to detention centers set up by the Turkish-Napolitano law, in order to be identified. The law provides for the issuing of residence permits to persons, who prove to have a job for their maintenance or loss. The […]

How Italy has managed the immigration problem and how Italy should manage it

Posted on March 18th, 2013 by essay

In this essay I would like to consider the current immigration problem in Italy and history of this issue. Moreover, I would like to analyze the Bossi – Fini law. To begin with it should be noted that immigration to Italy is a relatively recent phenomenon, which began to reach significant size, roughly in the early 70-ies of the XX century, and later became a phenomenon characteristic of the Italian population in the early twenty-first century. As a matter of fact, on January 1, 2009 Italy was the fourth European country on the absolute number of foreign residents, behind Germany (7.2 million), Spain (5.7 million) and the United Kingdom (4 million). It is essential to note that Italy, for most […]