Sunday, May 2, 2010

Recent Immigration Information from an International Perspective

India, like the United States, is facing immigration issues and a conflict over those who wish to welcome more of those who wish to contribute to America and those who are concerned about unemployment. Many nations have their conflicts. Michelle Malkin points out the hypocricy fo Mexico criticizing the reaction of Arizona when it deals with its undocumented aliens more harshly. They have a mandatory citizen's identiy card. And its Constitution bans all foreigners from political speech and participating in the 'political affairs of the country.' Although the laws is tough, in fact most illegal aliens are simply deported, and often police corruption interferes with even that.

Several other countries are also trying to reduce illegal immigration and have passed laws as Peter Williams documented in the May Second issue of Foreign Policy.

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