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Immigration Reform and the Rule of Law

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  The most important ambition of implementing policies and strategies related to immigration reform in the country has been reducing the level of terrorist crimes in the country and also reduction in the amount of monetary and capital resources lost during those terrorist attacks. The Federalist position regarding the implementation of these policies related to immigration reform has largely been strict. Followers of federalist movements have been trying to reduce the amount of immigration into the country by the implementation of various stricter policies and also laws. According to these people, these stricter policies will improve the lives of Americans by securing resources of the country for them only (Berkowitz et al. , 25-27).   Anti-Federalist position, on the contrary, followers of anti-Federalist positions have argued that immigrants have been helping the country to a great extent since historical times (Berkowitz et al. , 25-27).

With direct and/or indirect help of these immigrants various sectors of the country, such as culture, society, economy, education, science, arts, entertainment, etc. , have been enriched. Hence, these followers of anti-federalist position have argued that immigration reform should not so much strict and all the authorities related to the criminal justice system of the country should not be included in these issues.

Only those reformatory policies need to be implemented which will reduce the number of crimes committed by immigrants in the country and these policies should only be valid for those who do not have legal documents possessing the proof of citizenship of the country and/or proper documentation of works or studies which are to be done by those immigrants (Fitz and Kelley, 7-9).     Constitutional perspectives in regard to the implementation of policies related to reforms of immigration policies have not been very strict and also have not been consisted of the direct intervention of police and criminal justice authorities.    

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