Hey, guys, I have a couple of questions that I would like to get your views on when it comes to illegal immigration to the USA or other countries.
First and foremost, why do people (apart from the kids, of course) even come illegally in the USA, excluding not paying taxes? I honestly can't think of many more reasons you would wish to possibly jeopardize your life in this country by coming illegally.
What does it say about illegal immigrants that the very first contact they had with America was to cheat and break the law? Isn't this kinda like someone lying to you about their name at the very first encounter you have with them, but on a macro level?
Isn't the practice of tolerance towards illegal immigration pretty offensive to legal immigrants, in the sense that they spent years of learning the language and the basic culture of the nation, and preparing all their documents in order to have a trustworthy relationship with the American government and via it the American people; whereas illegal immigrants just kinda...walked in and that's it, lol
So, yeah, basically I'd like to know why do people even choose to enter the United States of America illegally? What are your views on deportation? I am looking mainly for pro-illegal immigrants arguments, since most of the information I posses right now heavily tilts towards the anti-illegal immigration agenda and I would like to see the other side's views. Thank you!