What does it cost taxpayers for illegal immigrants?
taxpayers money pays for illegal immigrants, but people should keep in mind-that illegal immigrants that work, unless they are working under the table, pay taxes too, as to the exact amount of money taxpayers pay that goes to illegal immigrants-only the government knows
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Well, they do take jobs that others here legally might have. Illegal aliens do not go through a process of legal citizenship that legal immigrants must go through. They do not… pay taxes and yet live here and benefit as if they did pay taxes. Some (more than some) commit crimes (anything "illegal" is a crime) and some (more than some) are involved in criminal gangs.
By definition, illegal immigration is migration of people across national borders in a way that violates the immigration laws of the destined country. The goal is generally up…ward mobility. Illegal Immigration is common in areas such as the United States, Britain, France, and most of the well known Western world (Including Germany, to name a few) Illegal Immigration is common include Japan, South Korea, and Australia. Illegal Immigration often involves criminal syndicates. Russian & Italian Mafia in the Western World and the Chinese Triads are in main control in the Far East. In the United States, the majority of illegal immigrations involve the Chinese Triads (Pacific), the Russian/Italian Mafia (East Coast), and Mexican Cartels (South)
Will taxpayers pay for the immigration lawyers for illegal aliens if working in agriculture under the proposed immigration bill?
...No human being is illegal. . Answer . The IRS doesn't care if someone is here legally or not, all that matters is if they owe monies to the IRS. So, if someone works i…n the USA who is not properly documented, they still need to file with the IRS. Many "illegal aliens" pay taxes, so the become taxpayers. Now isn't that funny they are also taxpayers and therefore that money should be earmarked for their legalization process, it's only fair.
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An illegal immigrant is a person that has broken the law byentering or remaining in another country in violation of the lawsof that country.
It isn't. There is a specialized system for legal immigration. Coming into a country without following that process is illegal.
Immigrants are only considered "illegal" in the United States if they unlawfully came into the country. Other countries do not consider people to be illegal under any circumst…ance, and the UK has even banned the term "illegal immigrant" to be used in public speeches or news outlets.
Don't know. It's a military aircraft not a private plane of hers. Democratic House speaker Pelosi normally flies in a 12-seat Air Force jet, just as her Republican predecessor… did. This rumor stems from a request by the House sergeant at arms, not Pelosi, for a jet large enough to reach California without refueling. She hardly ever uses it. Before September 11, 2001, the House Speakers traveled commercial airlines. After that date it was decided that someone who is third in line to be president should fly on a military plane. See the Related Link below for more information.
Per the CDC, a person with HIV/AIDS has a lifetime treatment average cost of $155,000 (2007). Estimates of costs to the taxpayer are probably in the billions of dollars.
People from the poorest countries often believe life will be better somewhere else. So they try to leave their country to find work and seek a better life. Some apply for a vi…sa and come to the more developed countries like England, Israel, Turkey, or the United States; but others cannot afford the money for the needed documents and decide to come anyway. They feel desperate and they believe that if they cannot get to a new country the legal way, they will sneak in and try to get a job. Often, they end up in a "shadow economy," stuck in menial or dangerous jobs that the legal citizens do not want; and it turns out they have no easy way to move up or improve their situation. But in spite of this, illegal immigrants continue to try, in the belief that they will be able to somehow achieve a better life for themselves and their family. Many are caught and sent back to their former country, but others find a way to remain in the new country: as bad as being an illegal (or undocumented) immigrant may be, they feel it is better than the country they came from.
It is not illegal. A person would face prison and fines if they HELP a person in that circumstance. There is a difference between simply being indifferent and actively and kno…wingly harboring fugitives. Very few crimes have mandatory reporting laws.
As an incentive to encourage taxpayers to purchase more assets during the year and help speed up the economy.
Whenever they cross the border illegally; meaning they do not pass the legal entry points and they do not possess appropriate documents.
It depends what aid you are giving.
In order to enter one country a person from another country often requires some documentation. If they do not have it, they can often be immediately sent home. Sometimes a per…son manages to get into a country without the correct documentation. Sometimes a person will stay longer than the period their documentation allows them to. If they are in a country without the correct documentation or for longer than they should be, they are breaking the law.
In Vietnam War
That is difficult to compute as there were a lot of indirect costsnext to the immediate expenses. Direct costs, the cost of warelsewhere, supporting and arming neighboring cou…ntries, veteranbenefits and interest costs amount to something like one trillion US dollars. That is not counting the cost of theslowing down of US economic growth rates during the war and of the'70's crisis that followed: it would be very difficult to establishwhich exact elements of that slow-down and crisis were directlyassignable to the Vietnam war. A trillion dollars however seem relatively cheap compared with thecost of the Second Gulf War in Iraq and Afghanistan which has beenestimated at around 3 trillion US dollars.
An "illegal immigrant" is any person who enters the country in violation of the nation's laws, or remains in the country without authorization to do so. This would include peo…ple who cross the borders without going through a Customs and Border Patrol checkpoint, or people who have temporary or tourist visas to come to the country, but remain in the country after their visas have expired.