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Should immigrants with no contributable/relevant skills nor education in additio

  1. gmwilliams profile image84
    gmwilliamsposted 3 years ago

    Should immigrants with no contributable/relevant skills nor education in addition to having

    criminal records be prohibited from entering the United States? Ought there be implementation of very stringent standards as to who should immigrate to the United States?

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  2. Josak profile image60
    Josakposted 3 years ago

    People with any sort of serious criminal record should obviously not be allowed in. Young people even without skills or education are actually usually a good investment, immigrants tend to work hard and more importantly their children statistically get the best grades and consequently their careers add tremendously to the economy. Also allowing people in on humanitarian grounds is a moral act.

    More importantly tight restriction just causes illegal immigration which means we can't do health checks etc. and it is just not financially viable to prevent it.

    1. gmwilliams profile image84
      gmwilliamsposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      When one has no education/skills in this postmodern society,they haven't anything significant to add to the economy.Immigrants should only be allowed in if they had relevant skills/educations suitable to America.There should be TIGHTER restrictions.

    2. Austinstar profile image86
      Austinstarposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      These are rules that are already on the books. They need to be enforced. Making new ones won't help if they carry no weight.

    3. Josak profile image60
      Josakposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Make the rules reasonable and they can be enforced the current laws are just un-viable cost wise and not even possible to enforce.
      Their children get the educations that's why they are valuable it just takes less short sightedness.

    4. Kiss andTales profile image79
      Kiss andTalesposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      As we take a look at the big picture. All the problems on the outside are already on the inside. And if you were to go to another country to live they would have their own problems and situations.
      One day their will be all united as one no division .

    5. cjhunsinger profile image74
      cjhunsingerposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Josak
      Your comments lack merit and fact and appear to be based on a feel good altruism. We are 17 trillion dollars in debt. Half of the population is on welfare. 90 million are out of work
      and the list goes on.

 
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