Immigration Law

A Free Service Provided By www.FactsOfLaw.com
Home

 

 

Legal Topics

Arbitration and Mediation
Bankruptcy
Bextra
Car Accidents
Celebrex
Child Support
Child Custody & Visitation

Copyright Law
Criminal Law
Dangerous Drugs
Death
Divorce
DUI Drunk Driving

Elderly Laws
Employees' Rights
Estate Planning
Family Law
Fen-Phen
Immigration Law

Lawsuits
Lemon Law
Marriage
Medical Malpractice
Megan's Law
Meridia
Mesothelioma & Asbestos

Mold
Probate & Estates
Product Recalls
Real Estate

Statute of Limitations

Taxes & the IRS
Traffic Violations
Vioxx
Wills
Workers' Compensation
Work Related Injury

Privacy Policy

Contact Us

About Us

 
Facts - Books - News    U.S. Facts Of Law:


Illegal Immigration

Illegal immigration is the act of an individual moving or settling in another country without obtaining permission from that country to do so.  The illegal immigrant may either intend to stay permanently or temporarily.

Most often, immigrants settle illegally in another country because of persecution or lack of opportunity in their home country and they do not have the resources or otherwise cannot obtain permission to immigrate legally.  In some cases the illegal immigrant is a convicted felon or other undesirable who would be unable to obtain permission to legally immigrate.

Some illegal immigrants originally were granted a temporary visa to visit or work in another country but have overstayed the expiration date of their visa and are now an illegal alien.  Some of the hijackers on the ill fated 9/11 flights originally entered the U.S. on legal visas that eventually expired.

The United States has a problem with hundreds of thousands (some say millions) of illegal immigrants coming in from Mexico and other Latin American countries because of the huge disparity in economic conditions between the U.S. and those countries.  Adding to the problem is the reality that undocumented workers are willing to work for wages that would be considered "too low" by most American workers.  Some employers find this availability of cheap labor to compelling to turn it away and thus provide employment to hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens.

To further the problem, the U.S. government seems unable or unwilling to hold employers accountable for knowingly hiring these undocumented workers.  While the Border Patrol attempts to stem the tide of illegals crossing the the thousands of miles of land and sea borders, government policies continue to provide incentives for illegal immigration.

Illegal Immigration Best Sellers from Amazon.com

(no title)

 

Newsfeed display by CaRP

Illegal Immigration News
GN News

This RSS Feed URL Is Deprecated
This RSS feed URL is deprecated, please update. New URLs can be found in the footers at https://news.google.com/news

America Treats Illegal Immigration Worse Than Most Crimes. Why Washington Post
Washington Post America treats illegal immigration worse than most crimes. Why Washington Post Who is an American Traditionally, we look to citizenship to answer that question, but the issue is more complicated than legal labels. Even President Trump seems to recognize this in his periodic openness to negotiating comprehensive immigration and more raquo

Illegal Immigrant Accused Of Stabbing Stranger In Neck At California Fox News
Fox News Illegal immigrant accused of stabbing stranger in neck at California Fox News The man accused of an unprovoked and brutal stabbing at a market in California last month is an illegal immigrant with a criminal record who had been previously deported seven times, a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokesman tells Fox News. Illegal Immigrant Accused of Stabbing Stranger in California Had Been Deported Seven TimesWashington Free Beacon Illegal Immigrant Accused in Neck Stabbing Was Deported Seven TimesLifeZette California Neck Stabber Was Illegal Immigrant Deported 7 TimesNation One News Foundation all 7 news articles raquo

Florida Deal To Detain Illegal Immigrants Gains Sheriffsapos Support Wall St...
Wall Street Journal Florida Deal to Detain Illegal Immigrants Gains Sheriffs39 Support Wall Street Journal Two national sheriffs organizations are endorsing a new deal between federal immigration officials and 17 Florida sheriffs departments that allows local law enforcement to hold illegal immigrants detained on criminal charges for up to 48 hours past Immigration, local officials to announce public safety effortsFOX 13 News, Tampa Bay ICE strikes deal with Florida sheriffs to hold illegal immigrantsWashington Times Illegal Immigration Raids IncreasingHuman Resource Executive Online WFLA My Panhandle The Mercury News SFGate all 151 news articles raquo

Va. GOP Senate Candidate Corey Stewart Vows To Be Aposstrongest Fighter Again...
Washington Times Va. GOP Senate candidate Corey Stewart vows to be 39strongest fighter against illegal immigration39 Washington Times Republican Senate candidate Corey Stewart rolled out his plan Thursday to crack down on illegal immigrant and reshape the legal immigration system, vowing to be the strongest fighter against illegal immigration the U.S. Senate has ever seen. Mr Corey Stewart latches onto Trump inflamed immigration debate in bid for SenateWashington Post all 2 news articles raquo

IMPORTANT NOTICE: This webpage is Copyrighted content.  No portion of this page may be copied to any other webpage, forum, blog or other domain page or offline publication without written permission from FactsOfLaw.com. Violators will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

The information provided by FactsOfLaw.com does not constitute legal advice or any other type of advice and is provided for educational purposes only without warranty of any kind. FactsOfLaw.com has not reviewed the information on this page for accuracy and is not responsible for any errors, omissions or inaccuracies.  For legal advice you should consult a licensed attorney.

 

Copyright All Rights Reserved - FactsOfLaw.com
No Portion of This Page May Be Copied Without Written Permission

Facts of Law about illegal immigration in the U.S.

Facts of Law - Illegal Immigration