US Immigration Bill 2013
Immigration Bill 2013 is a bill which was introduced and passed within the United States Senate House in order to deal with American border security, immigration and economic development (Roman et al 6). Although there are various advantages that are realized through the enacting of the immigration bill 2013, many of the Americans have argued differently against the introduction of the bill. For instance, this bill comes after the government of the United State through the federal government, has directed for the cutting off funds for both infrastructure and education sector (Camayvd-Freixas 122). This is seen as wasteful because the federal government is accused of misspending state resources on immigration enforcement as compared to other sectors that require more funding such as law enforcement based on the statistics released in 2012. Therefore, by allocating more money for immigration development would be of no use as it has failed in the past (Card & Raphael 324). Another argument about the immigration bill 2013 of the United State is that citizens would prefer funding other sectors such as funding towards eradication of drug trafficking (Maxwell 145). Additionally, majority of the people suggested through the latest released statistics that the government of the United States should concentrate in funding weapons trafficking towards curbing security as compared to the plan of funding immigration through the immigration bill 2013. Moreover, the proposed development in securing the United States borders may create more conflicts with their neighbors as it has occurred before (Schmidt 135). Hence, many people feared that the proposed development may increase tension and conflict with the neighbors resulting to war as seen before. Furthermore, through the bill, there are no proposed measures of dealing with the security situation which requires the involvement of the border communities as demanded by the people. Consequently, without the involvement of the border communities, these people feel that the proposed plan will not bear any fruit (Gerken 267). The immigration bill 2013 has various provisions that deal with different development within the United States. For instance, as mentioned above, the bill is proposed to deal with matters of security, economic and migration requirement that the country need to developed within a given period of time (Negi & Furman 200). Being divided into three major parts that deals with different matters, the bill is considered a package rather than a piece approach. Although it will deal majorly with matters relating to immigration, but it will also depend on other areas such as security and economic development. Moreover, the bill will always depend on other bills to operate as it is related to others bills; hence, is a package bill. Based on the arguments that are provided by the people of United States concerning the immigration bill 2013, there are many questions that may be developed from these arguments. For instance, one of the major questions is that how the government of the United States would be able to achieve the proposed development without involving communities along the borders although it is of great concern towards the implementation of the proposed immigration bill 2013? (Darian-Smith 134)The other question that people may ask is related to both education and infrastructure. By Cutting funds from education and infrastructure development, how would the government balance the sector of education and infrastructure with the immigration and security as they are all important? It is clear that the government of the America believe that through the plan, they are able to achieve the implementation of the immigration bill 2013 without the involvement of the community boarders. It is also believed that the American government has done a lot on the education and infrastructure development with the only concern is majorly focus on immigration and security issues. Works Cited: Camayvd-Freixas, Erick. US Immigration Reform and Its Global Impact: Lessons from the Postville Raid. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. 2013. Print. Card, David and Raphael, Steven. Immigration, Poverty, and Socioeconomic Inequality. Manhattan: Russell Sage Foundation. 2013. Print. Darian-Smith, Eve. Laws and Societies in Global Contexts: Contemporary Approaches. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2013. Print. Gerken, Christina. Model Immigrants and Undesirable Aliens: The Cost of Immigration Reform in the 1990s. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. 2013. Print. Negi, Nalini., and Furman, Rich. Transnational Social Work Practices. New York City: Columbia University Press. 2013. Print. Maxwell, William. Texas Politics Today, 2013-2014 Edition, 16th ed. 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