Immigration and "native born citizens" both have the exact same effects on the economy and all its systems.
I'm not sure I understand the question, so this may be irrelevant: but I've heard that immigrants are 3x as likely to start a business than an American born citizen. They contribute greatly because they came here for opportunity; risk won't stop them
There can be a cultural difference. Currently the fed gov is taking the absolutely insane position of severely restricting the number of people that can legally enter and start the naturalization process while at the same time not limiting the...
The number of people that can simply walk across the border. Having immigration policy backwards like this naturally creates an underclass of people who came seeking opportunities but are not here legally.
This knowledge that their mere presence in this country is illegal and with a staff change in DC they could be deported at any time is going to have an effect on the types of commerce they are willing to engage in.
Do you mean "immigrants?"
I am sure that you have a point to your question, but I think that I missed it. I may be over-thinking it, but it seems too vague.
Any reason for the quotations?
Any reason for no real contribution besides a grammatical critique?
I'm curious as to why you used quotations. Do you not think people who are born in a country should automatically become citizens?
I don't think a citizen can legally exist as defined.