The United States is set to finalize a regulation to ban entry of immigrants illegally crossing the U.S.–Mexico border.

  • The U.S. has imposed a regulation to ban the entry of illegal immigrants into the country via the U.S.–Mexico border
  • The regulation is aimed at denying entry to asylum-seekers from any country attempting to enter the country via the border
  • The measure is part of President Joe Biden’s plan to address an expected rise in illegal immigration

Immigrants Entering U.S. Via the U.S.–Mexico Border

The illegal entry of migrants via the U.S.–Mexico border has been a prevalent issue. Many such migrants have been arrested and deported back to Mexico. In 2022, a reported 2.2 million migrants were arrested by the U.S. Border Patrol– the highest ever reported.

Why Are Migrants Crossing?

Migrants crossing the U.S.–Mexico border usually do so by seeking asylum from the country they previously resided in–usually Mexico, Cuba, Haiti, and Nicaragua. To do this, they must prove they have been persecuted or are likely to be persecuted based on their race, religion, nationality, political opinion, or membership in a particular social group to a U.S. asylum officer or in a U.S. immigration court.

Very often than not, migrants entering the country flee from unfavorable conditions; thus, they migrate in search of a better life.

Why Illegal Entry May Be a Problem

The issue of people migrating to the U.S. illegally poses specific concerns. Firstly, there are concerns about threats to national security. Secondly, there are economic impacts as there is pressure on limited resources such as social services and the job market. Thirdly, there’s concern about the violation of immigration rules and undermining the country’s sovereignty and border control.

Overall, the influx of migrants entering the U.S. via the U.S.–Mexico border illegally addresses a few concerns. Thus, a recent regulation was set in place to curb the issue of illegal entry into the country.

Hence, Real Research launched a survey on the U.S.– Mexico border immigration regulation to see what the public has to say. The survey is available now from May 12, 2023. After that, you will be rewarded with 60 TNCs.

Survey Details

Survey Title:
Survey on the U.S.– Mexico Border Immigration Regulation

Target Number of Participants:
10,000 Users


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Age: 21-99
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Note: This survey is closed. You can view the results here – Half of Respondents Believe U.S.-Mexico Border Rules Uphold U.S. Law Against Illegal Immigration.