Illegal Immigration and Political Polarization in the United States

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Illegal Immigration and Political Polarization in the United States
Dear Honourable Minister Cannon:
As you embark on your trip to meet with various President Obama and other US officials over various matters of state, it was paramount that we provide you with appropriate information with regards to the issue of illegal immigration and the political polarization it is causing within Canada at this point in time.
The essential facts
A study released by the Department of Homeland Security in 2007 maintains that America had 11.6 million unauthorized immigrants inside its borders as of 2006 (
Hoefer
et al, 2). Even with the recent economic downturn, the figure still stands at around 11 million as of late 2010 (Golden &
Skibniewki
, 189)....
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