Comprehensive Immigration Reform


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Comprehensive Immigration Reform
The United States is a nation of immigrants, a euphemism to some or a statement of fact to others. What can be agreed upon is that there is no simple solution to the problem of illegal immigration the millions of individual residing in the United States contrary to existing immigration laws. The earliest immigrants to the United States started arriving more than two hundred years ago and have arrived at an uneven pace with greater and lesser rates of influx depending upon global states of geopolitics, economies, or domestic problems in home countries. There are significant numbers of individuals living in the United States that did not arrive via stated immigration policies and laws and depending upon the...
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