What contribution can a society expect,from people who’s first act is lawlessness? Illegal Immigrants?

Question by August For President: What contribution can a society expect,from people who’s first act is lawlessness? Illegal Immigrants?
Is it not reasonable to expect them to be lawless people,when their very first action in your society is to ignore its laws about how to enter your society legally?

Isn’t this in fact proven by the areas inhabited by high numbers of illegals,where crime rates are often higher,dropout rates are off the charts,many kids don’t even feel safe going to the schools etc?

Best answer:

Answer by ibu guru
Expect what you get – CRIME! Over 95% of all immigration-law violators (entry without inspection & visa overstayers, visa fraud, etc) commit additional crimes. Most of those crimes are, in fact, felonies.

Among the most common crimes committed by immigration-law violators: identity theft, identity fraud, document forgery, tax evasion & tax fraud, money laundering, trafficking/smuggling (drugs, humans, guns, baby-“adoption” rackets, et alia), benefits frauds, insurance frauds, theft/robbery/burglary, embezzlement, etc. In short, lots & lots of financial frauds & related crimes. Then come the crimes of violence: assault, murder, domestic violence, child abuse/abandonment/neglect & lots, lots more.

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One thought on “What contribution can a society expect,from people who’s first act is lawlessness? Illegal Immigrants?”

  1. “let he who is without sin cast the first stone”.

    I am pretty sure all of us, even war heros, heart surgeons and nobel prize winners have done something in our life we shouldn’t have.

    Generally my impression is that poverty and lack of education (which often leads to poverty) is a much greater incentive to crime than illegal immigration by itself.

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