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Political Science

Arizona Immigration Law

Introduction

Immigration is a confusing, complex, and emotional topic that has unnerved parts of the United States where immigration is a highly volatile problem. The topic of immigration is a controversial topic mired in political propaganda, personal objections, economic and social factors, and questions of the future. Webster defines Immigration as, “a person who comes to a country to take up permanent residence.”(Merriam-Webster, n.d) The reasons that individuals immigrate vary with diverse reasoning of political, personal, economic, criminal, or domestic reasons such as jobs and better opportunities. Immigration is more than just a political issues; instead it invokes personal feelings and perspectives, and yields to provide a socialist view on what immigration means to overall society within the United States.