Although the United States has stopped building the fences along the Arizona border, it is clear by the statistics that the fences that are built along the Arizona border has significantly help deter and curtail some illegal immigrants from crossing those parts of border, so why stop building the fences along Arizona’s border?
Some people are against the fences because of the danger of people crossing into other isolated parts of the desert to cross the border of Arizona to which has caused numerous deaths. The fences that are up are there to prevent illegal crossings by people who want to enter the United States illegal. If the illegal immigrants still decide to cross another way into the United States illegal, America should not be responsible for their actions trying to cross the border illegally and death is caused by it. Those people made a decision to cross the border illegally, breaking the law and face the consequences which could result in death. They know the risk, but putting themselves, their family members including children and anyone else by trying to cross the border illegally.
A Roman Catholic priest, Father John Herman has Spanish language Masses that are packed with illegal immigrants and blames the fence for more risky crossings in less-populated desert areas. He states “We know that the way enforcement has gone has driven many people into the desert and caused more deaths. Needless deaths. If we could only get together and work for comprehensive immigration reform.” (King, 2009)
They should not be any immigration reform for anyone who crosses the border illegally to come into our country. There is a process to come into our country whether it is for work or to live and work. Some use this process and so should the others who want to come into the United States. Because a priest has Masses that are packed with illegal immigrants doesn’t mean we need to stop building fences. If you come into this country, the United States of America, illegally you shouldn’t start having children in the United States because if they caught, they may get deport and would have to leave their children behind. So why would you risk that happening to you.
So, as stated in the beginning, the question is “Can fences along the border impede the flow of hordes of aliens who cross the border illegally daily?” Take a look at the 14 mile double layer border fence in San Diego, since its inception in 1989 to present it has led to a 97 percent decrease in arrests and a corresponding decrease in border crime .
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