Recently, there is an incoming rejection facing legal immigrants in the United States, which has caught the surging attention of human rights activists and analysts, who have voiced their great concerns for the potential problems and damages that can be brought about by the rejection of legal immigration. According to a news article written by Julia (2018) in NBC News, “the Trump administration is expected to issue a proposal” aiming at making “it harder for legal immigrants to become citizens or get green cards if they have ever used a range of popular public welfare programs”. This proposal reflects a political effort introduced by the Trump administration to limit and reject legal immigration, which has sparked great debates over whether America should reject legal immigration. Public opinion is split into two antagonizing attitudes toward the rejection of legal immigration in the United States. Many people supporting the rejection of legal immigration believe that legal immigrants have caused numerous problems to the American society, such as decreased job opportunities for whites, ethnic conflicts, violent actions and the increased burdens on the welfare system. Individuals who oppose the rejection of legal immigration tend to argue that legal immigrants have contributed greatly to the development and growth of American culture, economy and society. Opponents of the rejection of legal immigration declare that the rejection of legal immigration causes numerous damaging effects to the United States.