Harvard University Border

The border that divides Mexico United States of America, is the largest worldwide border, since in total there are more than 3000 km linking to our country that continues to be the most powerful country in the world. According to the article El Desafio Hispano of Samuel p. Huntington, a Professor of policy Sciences from Harvard University, declares that there are generally six factors (contiguity, quantity, illegality, regional concentration, persistence and historical presence) affecting United States to have a country like Mexico that is currently developing as a neighbour, also ensures that Mexican immigration poses a threat to United Statescapable of finishing with the culture that distinguishes this country. On the other hand, there are different laws and reforms by the Government of the United States to try to avoid follow to increase the number of Latino migrants, since the measures that must be taken when they are arrested trying to cross the border and deport them to their country of origin, up to take into account situations when they are localized working illegally, either in companies or in the field. There are many controversies about the treatment that the authorities should give immigrants once they were arrested, but the truth is that increasingly tough measures have been taken and somehow make them known and thus try to frighten people who have thought about venturing and attempt to cross the border.

A clear example of this are the activities being done by the man known as the toughest sheriff United States Joe Arpaio, who has the sight about undocumented immigrants in the State of Arizona. He says that it is complying with all laws of the country, which also include give them the treatment they deserve people living illegally in the United States. Its strategy consists of sending agents to Hispanic communities and arrest may not check who are legal residents and argues that they commit a crime simply to be found there.

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