Date of Degree Completion
Bachelor of Science
Second Committee Member
Third Committee Member
The main objective of this thesis is to identify the most beneficial ways to reform the current immigration system of the United States of America. To do so, this paper first identifies and explains how the current immigration system works. The thesis then analyzes how the current system is broken, and how this broken system has lead to the undocumented immigrant population. It explains that how the system is structured, incentivizes immigrants to enter unauthorized. Next it identifies the benefits and costs of the undocumented immigrant population to the United States. This is done to better understand what should be done with this population. Finally it shows the four most beneficial ways to fix the current immigration system.
Halliday, Scott A., "United States Immigration: What’s Wrong and How to Fix It" (2016). Undergraduate Honors Theses. 4.