All one needs to do, to feel the impact of illegal immigration, is to go to boarder cities and towns. Ask around about crime and conditions. You will find that many people know their towns to be drug and human trafficking hubs. They know the dangers better than most. Living conditions in these cities are often very poor. Many business's are owned by foreign nationals. In Texas, New Mexico and Southern California they are owned by Mexican nationals. In Florida they are owned by Middle-Eastern, French and others. The profits from these businesses' goes back overseas and tax breaks ensure that very little is reinvested into the local economy. Boarder towns have some of the worst infrastructure and high numbers of welfare recipients. American owned business suffers. In addition, one has to ask, why are so many Americans between the ages of 16-25 unemployed? Why have so many not held a single job before graduating from high school? Why do so many have to work two or three jobs and remain at home for so long? Why do wages stay so low? The answer is simple and common-sensual. The constant flow of illegal immigrants creates an easy pool of people for businesses to pray on for low wage jobs. The jobs that American youth should be getting to establish their lifelong foothold in the job market has gone to someone willing to take far less. This system is unfair both to the immigrants and American youths. It creates a no one wins but business atmosphere. Immigrant families have to scrape by in a costly economy on excessively low wages. American youths have to live at home and cannot afford sky rocketing college tuition rates. By controlling the immigrant flow we can ensure that business's will need to compete for good workers and Americas youth can get back to learning responsibility and fair work. Fix the immigration problem and you will fix the economy.