Alright, there are a number of problems with this
The biggest problem is that it completely ignores the fact that illegal aliens use vast amounts of government services. Illegal aliens don't make enough money to pay for their own medical services. If they end up in an emergency room or a maternity ward, the tax payers will be paying for them. Speaking of maternity wards, illegals have large numbers of children. On average, new immigrants have one new child within 5 years of arriving, and in any event tend to have three or more. All of these children will require public schools to educate them, which costs thousands of dollars. If they require additional schooling in the English language, that is thousands more. If they are autistic or have any special needs, that will be on the tax payer. Any child born of an illegal in the United States is automatically a citizen, and therefore entitled to medicaid, which is thousands more in tax payer funds. While illegal aliens will file taxes with fake or stolen social security numbers, they don't make enough money to actually pay anything in. In fact, they are more likely to be net beneficiaries of a sort of negative income tax. This is all of course besides the cases where illegal aliens or their children directly benefit from food stamps or other direct government welfare. The only people who benefit from illegal aliens in the US are the businesses who hget cheaper labor. The rest of America has to pay for the healthcare and education of illegal aliens and their inordinate number of children.
Second, you cannot ignore the cultural impact of immigration. In places like Los Angeles, the majority of residents do not speak English in their homes. The United States as a whole has as many non-white births a year as white births, and states like Texas already have as many non-whites living in them as whites. It's not pleasant to have an identity of texas as men in cowboy hats, or Kentucky, or Arizona, or where ever, and have your distinct American culture replaced with the lower class rejects of Honduras and the poorer parts of Mexico. In Canada, you can ignore this, because the country is still mostly European, and the immigrants that are there are mostly higher class. When vast numbers of immigrants enter from the same few Latin American cultures, did not finish high school, and make up a third of the population or more in cities, then it is impossible to escape.
Thirdly, you are not just in equating a wage floor with an increase in the market price of labor caused by a decrease in the supply of the lowest skilled labor. Cutting off illegal immigration would not cause such a drastic increase in price or wages as more than doubling the minimum wage. Further, rather than setting an arbitrary floor at the very bottom of the skill pyramid, reducing the number of illegal aliens should also have at least some
direct effect on the slightly higher skilled and more expensive areas of labor, allowing for a natural increase in wages for those categories as well. Most importantly of all, there would not be a glut of people who want jobs but cannot find them because of an artificial job shortage>We lost 60k jobs
Well yes, that will happen if you create an arbitrary wage floor. But if you have an increase in wages caused by 100k illegals being deported, and that results in 60k slave-labor jobs that never needed to exist being cut, natives have still netted the equivalent of 40k jobs.
>A class of ppl paid less than market value allow citizens the boon of cheap goods
I've said this already, but I will say it again for emphasis: citizens pay the price of english-as-a-second language classes, welfare, medicaid, jail space, and all of the other services these "slaves" consume
You also make these assumptions that I think are unreliable>they get paid less than market value. >legal control does not impact them.
I'm sure these are true of some illegals, but the general rule is that the government agencies that enforce wages and the like do not also enforce immigration, so illegals can complain of exploitation without necessarily being deported for it. It's probably part of the reason illegals file taxes (not that they pay anything in net), because It's worse to have the IRS hunting you than ICE.
Another thing you need to take into account is that in the US, thanks to Urbanization and the depopulation of the Rust Belt, many of the cities are becoming overpopulated as it is. The price of housing is going up, and the roads are overcrowded. Increasing the number of illegals means increasing the demand for housing and the number of vehicles on the road. So bringing in more illegals means an increase in the price of housing and more traffic. Illegals also love to drink and drive, so the roads are less safe as well.
The most important thing that you are missing is voting. Yes, illegal aliens cannot legally vote in the United States. But they may well vote illegally. Certainly, their children - which they have plenty of - will be able to vote. If an illegal marries a US citizen, they can ultimately become a citizen and vote. And if they are amnestied, then they will be able to vote. And when they do vote, I promise
you they will not vote libertarian and for lower minimum wages and services. They will vote for more healthcare, more gimmes, a higher minimum wage, and you may end up with everything you wanted to avoid in the first place, except now you are a minority in your own country.