On a smaller scale, think about what it would be like to live in your house with an open door policy for any stranger to just move in and live there FOR FREE, without knowing anything about them, where they came or if they have a criminal record.
A small sampling of problems you would face:
- Overcrowded conditions resulting in arguments, chaos, fights, maybe murder, unsanitary conditions.
- Stealing, distrust.
- Great economic burden. The owners of the house who worked hard all their lives to pay for the house and upkeep would now be stressed to buy more food, take care of those who become ill, have liability for any of these people who are injured on the property. There wouldn't be enough refrigerators, washers or dryers to handle the greatly increased demand.
- More maintenance costs due to excellerated wear, tear, and damages. Most likely the house and property will eventually become run down or dilapidated. These people don't care, it's YOUR house, they are there for free, they have contributed nothing, have no vested interest, sponging off you.
These are probably some of the reasons why we have zoning laws in our communities. Although zoning laws ARE getting way out of hand also.
If there is no problem enforcing zoning laws, then why do we have a problem enforcing immigration laws? They are there for a good reason....so things don't spiral out of control.
Think of the U.S. as one big home with all the problems illegal immigration can cause. Sometimes it is easier for people to understand something better when it is reduced to a smaller scale.
Great video on illegal immigration (3 min 19 sec)