Immigration & Deportation

Whether one opposes or supports laws allowing individuals from other countries to live and work in the United States, which includes policies like path to citizenship or amnesty, legal residency, “anchor babies,” the Dream Act, work visas, and deportation of those who are in the country illegally.


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    We should use this chance to get amnesty for illegals in exchange for a secure border. We shouldn't answer the immigration issue with "sanctuary state" unless this party thinks it is a good idea to ignore and disobey laws that we don't like. Let's change the laws, not ignore them!

    Ted Rusk

    U.S. Representative,
    Cerritos, California

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    Immigrants should have the right to the pursuit of a better life but should enter America legally.

    Christopher Brian Monday

    U. S. Representative,
    COOKEVILLE, Tennessee

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    Kurt Wilson

    U.S. Representative,
    23rd District, California

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    We are a nation of immigrants. My ancestors were immigrants forced into America as slaves. Today's immigrants came here to improve the lives of their families and should be given the opportunity to do so as long as its done properly according to the laws. No family deserves to be broken up and divided, lets help them not deport them.

    DeQuincy l Taylor

    North Las Vegas, Nevada

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    Chris J. Brenner

    Council President,
    Wellston, Ohio

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    Except for Native Americans, the United States is a country of immigrants. Immigration is another issue, like church and state, which must be constantly debated and clarified because there is no easy answer. Consequently, we must welcome, embrace and take pride in the challenges that come with having the Statue of Liberty.

    Jose M. Evans

    City-County Council,
    Indianapolis, Indiana

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