Construction of Main Arguments
The benefits of a high immigrant population are apparent in almost every walk of life. Their overall contribution to the general economy is show as a positive one and there improvements to the quality of the workforce are also quite note-worthy.
First, let us turn our eyes to something that is indisputable in economics. Even among those who claim that immigration isn’t beneficial still have to accept the fact that overall the United States’ gross domestic product (G.D.P) increases. The Center of Immigration studies’ Camarota Steven (Immigration and the U.S. Economy 2010) an opponent to immigration states that the G.D.P. is increased by 0.24 percent. This may seem small and insignificant, but remember that the population of the United States is very large and G.D.P. is not the only thing that an economy gains from the introduction of more foreign labor.
Senator Larry Obhof (The irrationality of enforcement? An economic analysis of U.S. migration law) wishes for a policy that will increase the ease at which immigrant workers from countries such …