Well I live in El Paso, Texas which is right on the border with Juarez, Mexico, and here is my take on the immigration problem. (I'm only 16 so I probaby don't know everything that's going on). Illegal immigrants come here to support their families, they are paid far below mininum wage, and work where noone else (lazy citizens), want to. We can send all these people back to Mexico, but, there's a problem with that. First of all, when these people leave, who's going to take up the jobs that they will leave unoccupied? U.S. Residents/ Citizens correct? Well these workers are going to have to be paid mininum wage, ($5.25, correct?), and those companies which are currently employing illegal immigrants for maybe 3 dollars an hour are going to outsource to somewhere where they can pay Nigerians 50 cents an hour in sweatshops to make nike brand shoes. This is not the solution. We can make all these immigrants legal residents, and force them to pay taxes (something which all of us hate, seeing illegal workers not have to pay taxes like the rest of us), but once again when companies that are employing these workers find out they're going to have to start paying mininum wage they will outsource. The U.S. will have a rise in unemployment, and welfare will be needed, and taxes will go up. This is not a solution. So what do we do? Is there a winning solution? The only one I can find is this: Look the other way. Think about it, these illegal workers are doing jobs NOONE else will do for cheap. Not only will looking the other way keep the economy stable, taxes will stay at the same rate. I know it seems like a bad idea, but really when you think about, is there another choice? Thankyou for taking the time to read this.