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  • YES, It should be passed !

    There are many people who come here from other countries for a better life. They come here to work and make a better life for their family. They take jobs others wouldn't and don't even get paid well. Some have been for so many years and their kids were born here if they were to get deported what would be of their kids they would just ruin things

  • Yes, immigration reform must pass.

    Most immigrants find leaving their countries for one with a different culture, language and often climate extremely painful. Those who emigrate do so for a better life. They come here ready to work diligently to accomplish that goal. They take jobs most others will not, and work with fervor, happy for the opportunity. We need citizens like this.

  • Yes please yes

    Immigration is necessary not only for the families that are effected be deportation or fear or deportation, but also for the business community. Immigration reform is needed in order to legitimize this portion of our society as well as provide pathways to citizenship so that they can be active members in society.

  • Pass immigration reform

    Hispanics are important to the economy. If immigration reform isn't passed. Many jobs will continue to be lost, the economy would go down to the level of the Great Depression. Also people that are racist would increase. Hispanics are the main cause that Americans even have a roof over their head. We are the main body of the workforce that is in charge of actually building houses

  • Yes, pass it once and for all.

    I do not believe how long politicians have made this issue a game for casting votes without actually taking any action on it. We are talking about people who contribute to our communities. Yes, they broke the law and who doesn't? We are not talking about psychopaths or killers. And if they want to come clean and be part of our society obeying all the rules why should we stop them. I wish more Americans would defend their dreams as immigrants do instead of blaming everything on the govt and expecting the govt to solve all their problems while they're sitting on the couch watching reality shows and waiting for that unemployment check.

  • Immigration reforms should be passed.

    America's immigration laws need reforming. It is important to our future well-being as a progressive country that we get new legislation passed. It is impossible to insure that our borders are completely secure; we have been trying to secure them for years with mixed results. Therefore, the most timely and best action we can take is to reform and strengthen immigration laws.

  • Yes immigration reform should be passed by the Congress and signed by the President.

    Yes the United States should pass immigration reform in order to address the problems with the current law and immigration policy. We must acknowledge the fact that there are hundreds of thousands of minor children who are US citizens by birth but their parents are undocumented. We need a policy that provides for a path to citizenship that doesn't destroy these families.

    We also need to address the issue of undocumented children who were brought to the US at a young age and have lived all their life here but have no path to citizenship.

  • Yes, immigration should pass.

    There are many people that come to this country just to have a better life and education . Killers should be kicked out and people that work hard should stay because they don't cause any problems. Plus an American wont do a job that a Latin can do. They will never beat a Latin one. They can't work on the fields like a Latin person. All we want is a better life.

  • Yes, immigration reform should pass.

    With the state of immigration today, an immigration reform must be present in order to better regulate the control of illegal immigrants as well as illegal substances being transported across the border. There needs to be a change in how the country handles immigration due to the large amount of manpower it takes to maintain the border.

  • If it passes, it's a slap on the face of those who follow Immigration Law

    Does the reform consider granting Citizenship to the non-immigrant parents of those Children who are US Citizens? And whose parents worked legally, paid all the taxes, never broke the law and are in the country legally for more than 8 years. It is a slap in the face of those people who followed the immigration law, stayed legal and had children but are taken away of rights vs. those illegals awarded Citizenship. The number is even less than 1/4 to that of illegals, does the Government think first about law abiding people v/s those who breaks the law? Unbelievable.

  • Open Borders= No immigration Reform.

    Passing an immigration reform while the border is not secure is an irresponsible act. As long as illegal aliens and drugs are smuggled across our porous border, no immigration reform should pass. A porous border not only means criminals and drugs coming across, but diseases like tuberculosis and illegal weapons.

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VoteforAmerica says2013-10-18T13:47:17.117
LATINOS FOR HONEST GOVERNMENT
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Seek the truth – stand by the truth – live the truth.
On the matter of Immigration reform, it is time for us as Americans to stand together as one to pass an immigration reform and free all illegal immigrants from the yoke of economic slavery and exploitation. It is time for us the people of this United States to embrace an immigration reform and give all illegal immigrants the freedom to be in this United States and pursuit their dreams and become the best they can be. We must end the exploitation of illegal immigrants in all forms; there is no question about it that the people that benefit from the people that are in our country illegally are the corporations, small business and the criminals. We Christians must stop this exploitation; God made us a family, no matter where we come from, our nationality, color or language. Our conscience is talking to us and is telling us that we must be united as one and demand from our government a just immigration reform.
Fellow Americans, our country was founded under Christian principles. We are our brother’s keepers. God made us a family to love and to care for each other. Our country’s history is full of great accomplishments and we done it through seeking justice, because is the right thing to do. Freedom, social justice and the rights of all the people within our jurisdiction to be free to pursuit happiness and prosperity should be defend it and protect it. Ours is a Christian nation and our Lord give us hope and the courage to correct what is wrong.
Please send letters to your Washington Representatives and the media demand an immigration reform now. God want for all people to be free and able to pursuit a better life and their happiness.
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Posted by Juan Reynoso.
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