Mex AM Debate

Mex AM Debate - 9/28/07 Mexican American Immigration Debate...

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9/28/07 Mexican American Immigration Debate 1)What would an ideal immigration policy look like? ABEL NUNEZ: Yeah, I think if we are really discussing about true immigration reform, one, it has to address the 11 million undocumented immigrants living and working in the United States. We need to find a way to legalize their status. Two, we need to create a program by which we address the flow of immigrants that will continue to come into this country in a way that’s safe, in a way to regulate their passage. And third, I think that we need to look at also the waiting lines that exist for family members to petition other family members; I mean, people here who are citizens are petitioning family members, and it’s taking, in some cases, twelve years before a visa is available to them. I think that the system is broken. It doesn't truly address the current needs of this country, and if we are talking about immig- ration reform, we really have to address -- we have to approach it from, you know, from a holistic approach, instead of just enforcement. 2) Who is responsible for the enormous flow of immigrants from Mexico to the
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course GEOG 1992 taught by Professor Nagle,nich during the Fall '07 term at Colorado.

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Mex AM Debate - 9/28/07 Mexican American Immigration Debate...

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