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The United States is known about having migrated people since the British settlers came in the 1600s In the begging most of the people where coming from UK Germany and Spain Some of them choose to go to the New World because they were seeking a freedom of religion and other are running from a political problems After establishing the government in the US people from all over the world still migrate to the US Some are legal and others are not The US government has made some regulation to the people who want to migrate to the US in order to be legal But the problem is there are a lot of people who ignores these regulations and choose to be illegal Millions of unauthorized people who live in the United Stated harm the society by taking citizens jobs making a lot of crimes and taking advantage of what the US government affords to them However Illegal immigrants who live in the United States are trying hard to find any kind of job They dont ask for high salary as much as legal citizens They are willing to earn 6 7 dollars per hour A friend of mine who has an F1 VISA which means that he is only illegible to be a full time student only used to work for one of his friends restaurant for only 7 dollars per hour I have asked him once Why do you do that he responded I need money to pay for my bills and I would do anything to get money I told him would you steel if you had to He said I might who knows A lot of people can manipulate with their VISA status same as my friend According to the nation Mrs Whitman who fights to save jobs for American people and asks the government to deal with illegal immigrants strongly has employed an illegal worker in her house Diaz
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