why was the immigrant responsibility act of 1996 enacted? Can someone help me find specific facts of how bad immigration really was

  1. 👍
  2. 👎
  3. 👁
  1. I think illegal immigration was an ongoing problem. I didn't find any specifics about how "bad" it was -- but it's natural for any country to want to enforce its laws.

    These sites may help you.


    (Broken Link Removed)


    1. 👍
    2. 👎
    Ms. Sue
  2. i guess im trying to say why this act was needed. was there a great problem that caused it to go into effect?

    1. 👍
    2. 👎
  3. It looks as though there was an increase in Mexican immigrants in the 90s. As the U.S. economy prospered, more low-paid workers were needed to produce our food.

    Check out these sites.


    1. 👍
    2. 👎
    Ms. Sue

Respond to this Question

First Name

Your Response

Similar Questions

  1. Language arts

    Which option describes cohesion in writing? A. Providing reasons for a claim B. Drawing conclusions based on facts C. The act of forming a logical whole D. Including details that support an idea

  2. ELA

    What is evidence?(1 point) specific information that supports an idea reasons to support a claim a statement put forth in support of an argument*** an opinion formed based on facts What is the purpose of reasons in a persuasive

  3. Language Arts 8 A

    Does anyone have the three paragraphs for the Analyzing Texts Portfolio? 1. Write a paragraph in which you describe the steps that experienced readers can use to analyze conflicting information in texts about the same topic.

  4. algebra

    Assume that the growth of the membership of a country club was linear from 1996 to 2000 with a membership of 214 in 1996 and a rate of growth of 730 per year. write an equation for the membership P of this country club as a

  1. Business

    Where does personal responsibility end and corporate responsibility begin? How does your response change across specific industries? What role (if any) do you believe the government should play? Develop a rationale for each of

  2. laughage arts

    Read this excerpt from Immigrant Kids, by Russell Freedman. Now the examinations began. First the immigrants were examined by two doctors of the United States Health Service. One doctor looked for physical and mental

  3. Management Principles

    Which of the following acts marked a positive turning point for workers' rights in United States? the Taft-Hartley Act** the Norris-LaGuardia Act the Landrum-Griffin Act the Collective Bargaining Act

  4. government

    Which of the following has been a major demographic shift strengthening political support for Medicare? A. the rising immigrant population B. the aging of the American population*** C. the declining percentage of male college

  1. Social Studies

    How did the election of Ulysses S. Grant affect the voting rights of African Americans? Grant received fewer votes in the North, so the Civil Rights Act of 1866 was enacted to protect African American rights. Grant received fewer


    My mother, my stepfather, my brother Giuseppe, and my two sisters, Liberta and Helvetia, all of us together, happy that we had come through the storm safely, clustered on the foredeck for fear of separation and looked with wonder

  3. History help

    15. The compromise of 1850 included which of the following? A. The Homestead Act B. The Fugitive Slave Act C. The Indian Removal Act D. The Missouri Act I think the answer is A,but not for sure.

  4. language arts, check my answers please

    hi, this is a two question assessment and id like some extra help before i submit it. What is evidence? (1 point) a) specific information that supports an idea ** b) an opinion formed based on facts c) reasons to support a claim

You can view more similar questions or ask a new question.