Nov 30, 2009

Debunking the Myths

Border enforcement is not a solution to the immigration problem; Rather than hurting American workers, immigrants strengthen our economy; Despite the spin, immigrants are less likely to commit crimes than U.S. citizens of the same socioeconomic status.
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Comprehensive immigration reform would reaffirm the American values of hard work, fairness and building strong families.
  • Comprehensive Immigration Reform would reward immigrants who want to work and raise their families in the United States, learn English and contribute to their communities.
  • Reform would reunite families currently separated by restrictive policies and... Continue »
The majority of Americans want common-sense comprehensive reform of our broken immigration system.
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Comprehensive immigration reform will strengthen the rule of law, put immigration on a legal footing, reduce illegal immigration to a trickle, and reward those who work hard and follow the rules.
  • By requiring undocumented immigrants to earn legal status and creating orderly pathways for future immigration, we would restore the... Continue »
Comprehensive immigration reform will create new taxpayers, raise new revenue, cut enforcement costs, and help our economy get back on its feet.
  • Comprehensive Immigration Reform pays for itself. Taxpayers benefit when everyone contributes fully.
  • By legalizing the undocumented and ensuring all employers are paying their full share of taxes,... Continue »
Comprehensive immigration reform would ensure that all workers are here legally, punish unscrupulous employers who undercut their honest competitors, and restore fairness to the labor market.
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