Yes and no.
The US needs illegal immigrants. Many of these people are willing to do jobs that legal US citizens will not. They are extremely hardworking people and are just looking for a better life for their families.
So they can have a better life.
The term "illegal immigrant" says it all. There are no illegal immigrants who are allowed to live in the US.
Legal immigrants have to apply to the US government for permission to immigrate. Illegal immigrants sneak in.
An illegal immigrant to the US is, by definition, a person who has entered the country in a manner which violates US immigration law. That is the distinction between legal immigrants and illegal immigrants. So yes, they get deported.
Legal immigrants are often not as impoverished as illegal immigrants, but are certainly not wealthy, the majority constituting the lower middle class and not ever becoming more than middle class. Most immigrants end up living simple lives in ethnic communities or in general society. Illegal immigrants tend to remain in the lower class because their illegality serves as an impediment to finding better work.
Approximately, 12 million illegal immigrants are estimated to be living in the United States.
Not in the US.
because they can do jobs that Americans are not willing to do, and they could make the contry better.
The government has passed laws that make it much harder for illegal immigrants to stay in the US. It is harder for immigrants to work.
They pay taxes.
No. Illegal immigrants cannot legally obtain a drivers license in any state in the US.
The names of the first illegal aliens in the United States are not known. There are millions of illegal immigrants that are in the US, as of 2014.
if they are legal immigrants, yes. if they are illegal immigrants, i don't think so.
About 36 million
about one quarter
Stupid ... terrorizers
Anyone who comes here illegally?
In the US, Mexico
Illegal immigrants can be deported.
illegal drugs and illegal immigrants