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Immigration: Dream First, and Compromise Later

PhillupSpace2 Wrote: Apr 18, 2013 3:21 AM
Family reunification allows U.S. citizens and immigrants (Lawful Permanent Resident or "Green card" holders) to petition for visas for their immediate relatives. Until the late 1950s, America's family reunification policies included only spouses and minor children of immigrants. However, since that time, family reunification policies of the United States have included the ability of immigrants to sponsor not only their minor children and spouses, but also their parents, siblings, and adult children.
PhillupSpace2 Wrote: Apr 18, 2013 3:28 AM
HOW MANY IS THAT NOW? 8 OR 10 FAMILY MEMBERS EACH?

And, after arriving they can file an Illegal Alien Tax Return, claiming the support of Nieces and Nephews and get a check from the IRS for uo to $6700 per year under the Earned Income Tax Law!!!

Just how badly do Democrats want these "Future Voters"?

The bipartisan immigration package put forward by the Gang of Eight looks like a reasonable bill, but it likely won't become law, and it probably shouldn't.

The 844-page bill would provide a path to citizenship to illegal immigrants who have no serious criminal record, pay $2,000 in fines and are paid up on their taxes. Though the law would confer registered provisional immigrant status to qualified immigrants immediately, it would make them wait 10 years to apply for a green card, and then they could go for citizenship. That 13-year process, Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., has asserted, would mean...