Illegal immigrants cost the U.S. taxpayer in excess of $300,000,000,000.00 annually. The United States of America has enacted laws so that an individual can enter this country legally, however there are an estimated 11-12 million illegal aliens living and working in the U.S. at any given time.
Regardless of age, race, or national origin, any individual who bypassed the legal immigration process of law to enter this country is, in fact, a criminal. Such criminals should be deported or prosecuted through the legal system just as any natural born citizen would be if they violated the laws of this country.
Granting any taxpayer funded programs that benefit illegal aliens is rewarding said individuals for criminal activity, per se: violating U.S. Immigration and Customs laws.
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Chuck M, Pell City, AL, United States1 year ago
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