Should Immigration Laws Be More Restrictive Essay

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Should Immigration Laws Be More Restrictive

Should Immigration Laws Be More Restrictive?

In any public place nowadays we can see people of different races everywhere mostly
begging or asking us to buy things we usually do not want. Should immigration laws be more
restrictive? Many people say this phenomenon is irreversible and that our future is that
of a multiracial, multiethnic society regardless of whether laws are changed or not.
However, it is clear that we must regulate immigration in some way and try to control it
before it controls us.

The first reason why we should restrict immigration is that it is very often a cause of
poverty: many immigrants leave their countries, their homes and sometimes their families
to reach Italy, which they see as a promised land, but as soon as they arrive in our
country they realise that the situation here is completely different from what they
thought. Many immigrants canít find a regular job or even obtain a residence permit, so
they often become poorer than they used to be when they lived in their countries.

The main consequence of poverty is obviously crime, which is another good reason why
immigration should be restricted. Poor immigrants must find ways to survive, so they often
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