In Cook County, we are not seeing many immigration issues comparative to other cities and states. One factor for that is geographical location and strict policies on immigration. To my knowledge, Chicago has implemented and executed the law by being vigilant and heavily observant of illegal citizens working in our businesses. However, other states do not have policy and regulations for immigrants because of the high populated, extreme case-by-case rhetoric in the community and influxes of illegals living and working without proper, legal identification and infliction.
States closer to borders north and south of the U.S are experiencing many issues. Cities like Minneapolis, which most don’t think that they would have immigrant disputes in policy are disproportionate to other cities within their education system. The indecisiveness of State diplomats have spawned and ignited uncertainty in how to correct this issue that has metastasized within the living and education, implying to some as proletarian— for a city with long standing sound division of provisions for citizens. Good lawmakers and politicians see when issues turn into tipping points and if nothing is done they turn to epidemics. For some states, the laissez-faire policy implementation has hurt and will need major transformation of the law and to the subsistence of every citizen’s means to justice and high regard to bylaws.