Vasil Illinois


Immigration is very important topic in U.S.

Dear future President

Immigration is a very important topic and we need to focus on it more.It is important because large numbers of people have come from Mexico, China, Korea, India, and the Philippines, as well as other parts of Latin America and Asia.My opinion is that we make a certain number of people that can come(move) to United States per country.

United States was built by many nations, but not all people from all nations are coming in our country.That would make them LEGAL citizens.The U.S. immigrant population stood at more than 42.4 million, or 13.3 percent, of the total U.S. population of 322,761,807 million in 2016, according to ACS data. Immigrants in the United States and their U.S.-born children now number approximately 81 million people, or 26 percent of the overall U.S. population.The biggest problem about immigration is that people are coming in like there is no border, and like it’s their country. Others come in here like it’s their home and it’s not going to be a place where is you fail your life(carrier) in another country and come to U.S and live luxury life.

U.S. people live in luxury because they started as 0 and now that U.S. is strongest country. Everybody wants to come in. As Ronald Reagan said “A nation that cannot control its borders is not a nation.”By that meaning he was trying to say if we don’t start controlling our borders United States will not be United states anymore. The way that United States was made is unique people all around the world were starting to build a more perfect place to live.Right now there 196 countries in World. U.S. current population is 322,761,807 in every 8 seconds a child is born and on every 12 seconds somebody dies.So if the U.S. would agree with my solution, we would let 196.000 people from other countries and that’s it no more no less.Than the people that would be coming in to United States of America would be from all around the world not just 4 or 5 countries.

Immigration to the United States is often the subject of significant public and political debate, with questions about the size of inflows, the role of immigrants in their new countries, enforcement, and benefits and costs. It is important for the public to have access to accurate, unbiased current and historical information about immigration. This Spotlight article offers the most current available data on the 42.4 million immigrants who lived in the United States in 2014.

My opinion is that United States needs more people from all around world not just couple of places.


Vasil M.