Fencing at the Us Mexico Boarder
Although the fence will channel the illegal immigrants to the areas where border patrol can seize them, it is not an effective immigration policy. The fence is not able to keep illegal immigrants from going around it, climbing over it, or digging under it; furthermore, it only covers one-third of the border.
The US Mexico border is roughly 2,000 miles long. The fence, constructed by The Department of Homeland Security, is 18 feet high, 700 miles long, and built mostly near urban areas. A fence alone is
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