Addressing illegal immigrants inside the United States a policy analysis
King, Jared Gregory
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This thesis analyzes past, current, and proposed immigration policies that address illegal immigrants already living inside the United States. Although these policies were each developed under different circumstances, they all shed light on the future challenges regarding this issue. These policies were synthesized to show what components of each will be most effective for future policies. The overall objective is to promote a comprehensive strategy that both manages illegal immigrants already inside the United States and develops a legal path for future immigrants to follow.
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