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Immigration into the United States during the mid 1800s was increasing at an alarming rate causing over population and cheating US citizens out of jobs The first move stopping immigration decided by Congress was a law in 1862 restricting American vessels to transport Chinese immigrants to the US The Alien Contract Labor Laws of 1885 18871888 and 1891 restricted the immigration to the US of people entering the country to work under contracts made before their arrival23 Carney Large political groups of people disagree saying the cons of this issue out weigh the pros therefore illegal immigration should not be tolerated The illegal immigrants are not doing this country any good by being here the people of the US wanted to go further with legislation and some solutions that could cut down the immigrants from coming into our country Illegal aliens do not help the US out at all and illegals pay no tax in our country If they pay no taxes then how can we as a country pay for public services we send money out of our economy to their families abroad which doesnt help the US if money is taken out of our economy it causes a monetary problem because it is the peoples money not the immigrants money This can cause an inaccurate account of money in circulation which might cause inflation24 Conover If an illegal is willing to work for under the minimum wage then the employer will not pay more for the job to any other employee In fact the US might higher only illegals and it will take away jobs form legal residents who are willing to work If we did this it would be the only good thing illegals could do because it would cost us less to pay them but then they send the money out of the country causing inflation once again Conover noted when illegals come to this country they do not get
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