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    Aliens in the U.S.

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    What, according to you, are illegal alien networks? Explain how and what they do to facilitate illegal alien entry and the acquisition of documents, and to assist in reaching a final destination.
    Alien networks are loosely related but are distinct to their function and geographic area. Explain these distinctions with the help of appropriate examples.
    In what geographic areas would pro-immigrant groups concentrate their network activities? Why? What two strategies would you employ to break this nexus?

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    What, according to you, are illegal alien networks? Explain how and what they do to facilitate illegal alien entry and the acquisition of documents, and to assist in reaching a final destination.

    First and foremost, "pro-immigrant groups" are "not" similar to the criminal illegal alien networks ran by cartels and human smugglers. Pro-immigrant groups fight for the rights of those who are both legal and illegal in regard to their right to not be exploited by employers, profiled by police, and to not suffer threats or violence from racists. In contrast, criminal illegal networks that work for drug cartels establish networks throughout different countries with the explicit intent to traffick human beings. These networks are integral for human smuggling and they're ...

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    Aliens in the U.S. are examined. The expert explains how and why They facilitate illegal alien entry and the acquisition of documents to assist in reaching a final destinations.

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