No it wont create lots of unemployment. CBO estimate was 0 to 1million possibly lost jobs; they cant pin it down because there is STILL no definitive link between MW increases and unemployment. and then there's the 19+ million people lifted out of poverty, and all the buying power and economic growth that comes with that. there is no valid economic reason that requires an economy to have people working for so little that they would be starving in the streets if not for public assistance. none.
And no, kicking out the undocumented immigrants wouldn't shore up the economy. (just like most everything else you've posted, youre wrong on this too)
it would actually cause a pretty large shrinkage in the economy triggering another recession. they contribute some 80 billion to the economy and nearly 10 billion to state and local taxes yearly. roughly 10% of the current social security trust fund, some 300 billion dollars, has been contributed by them, money they can never get back themselves due to their status. kick them all out? no. make them citizens.