Immigration plan leaves many questions

Christie, Ron
May 2007
Hill;5/22/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 61, p30
The author reflects on the issue concerning the illegal immigration in the U.S. He suggests to enforce laws that currently deal with immigration before granting amnesty and legal status on millions of people who have broken and exposed the existing laws. He desires that Senators should embark to enact legislation that addresses real immigration safeguards rather than focusing on political posturing.


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