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Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentImmigration · 8 months ago

why should illegal immigrants not be allowed back in the u.s after they have been removed?

if a bill to stop them from coming back were passed, what would it do? where are the people that it would affect? how does it aim to affect illegal immigrants? how might it affect the government? how might it affect other citizens?

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  • 8 months ago

    ANYONE THAT IS CAUGHT IN THIS COUNTRY ILLEGALLY SHOULD NEVER BE ALLOWED BACK INTO THIS COUNTRY

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  • 8 months ago

    This sounds like a homework question.

    • Taylor8 months agoReport

      it was

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  • 8 months ago

    Why allow lawbreakers back in - ever? They have proved they consider themselves above the law, refuse to obey laws, disrespect the rights of citizens, and do not value founding principles of the country. Break the law, suffer the consequences - permanent bar to reentry. That "punishment" fits the crime. And it will deter many from breaking the law to begin with if they know they can never get around it.

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  • 8 months ago

    Do you mean that if someone is found who overstayed their visa or came in without a visa, and they are deported, that they should never be able to get a legal visa? There doesn't need to be a bill passed for that. Immigration considers every application for a visa, and they rarely issue one to someone who was deported. There are some circumstances- I know of a case where someone overstayed his visa, but was married to a citizen. He had to stay out of the country a certain number of years, but then was allowed back in.

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  • 8 months ago

    It would affect everyone in the U.S. who eats food. Nearly every scrap of food in the U.S. comes from a farm that needs illegal immigrants to produce food (a small amount is imported from other countries). Without illegal immigrants, the U.S. would not be able to produce enough food and would need to try to import most of its food from other countries. It would be much more expensive than now, and there could be shortages, possibly even deaths from starvation.

    It would also affects those who were kept out of the U.S., some of whom would be murdered.

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  • Anonymous
    8 months ago

    gives them ANOTHER reason to do it BY THE BOOK !!!!

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