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Most illegals do want to speak English and do want to assimilate, as have most immigrants historically.
According to Coletti, many non-union construction sites in town employ illegal aliens, sometimes in less-than-ideal working conditions.
It was the fourth day of an illegal sea voyage, and Segura was at the helm of a creaky old fishing boat overloaded with 205 passengers, all migrants from Ecuador hoping to reach the U.
In late 2001, the City University of New York noticed illegal immigrant students that they must pay full fare; tuition will just about double for these 3,000 students in the CUNY system.
In addition, the agency deputized more than 900 church and community groups, awkwardly dubbed Qualified Designated Entities, to help illegals prepare their applications.
A November 15 article in the Los Angeles Times reported on a Rand Corporation study claiming that "healthcare for illegal immigrants between the ages of 18 and 64 cost American taxpayers $1.
One of the suspects, 17-year-old John Lee Malvo, was an illegal alien--a Jamaican who had entered Florida as a stowaway.
This program--which would provide legal status to millions of illegal immigrants already here and open the floodgates for many millions more to come--does not make sense if the purpose is to secure our borders.
The jobs that the illegals do, the people here don't want to do.
To achieve their end goals of granting this amnesty (amnesty is what all of their proposals boil down to), these politicians have been telling the public that the illegals bolster our economy.