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AProblem of Immigrants in the USBNumbers that are Immigrating into USImmigration is an increasing problem in the US making the issue a minor detail to be concerned about in the years upcoming election Because of increased immigration a variety of problems have resulted The first is education When an immigrant comes into this country he or she doesnt have to have any knowledge of English and they need to do is stumble through some papers and they are in This means that their children dont know how to speak English so they are going into public schools with no knowledge as to what they rest of the students are saying or doing This creates a conflict and a disruption to the rest of the class There are two ways to solve the problem they can either educate teachers in several different languages which in order to do they would probably have to increase teachers salaries by an extremely good portion or they can slow down the rate of immigration Figures show that the US population grew by almost 25 million people last year Of that number one million of those people were immigrants These are just the legal ones There is no way of telling how many illegal ones made it across the US and Mexican Border This problem doesnt stop here The economical effects are bad too The workers coming in are willing to work for less money and do the same amount of work as the rest on the American citizens are willing to do This means that either the American citizens are going to have to accept lower wages in order to keep their jobs or they are going to have to find new jobs This problem only effects those that do manual labor jobs and jobs that dont require lots of training and skills Furthermore the problem reaches the people at the top of the pay scale as well People
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