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Political insider discusses problems with the national immigration reform bill

Posted on June 13th, 2013 No Comments

Former New York lieutenant governor Betsy McCaughey, experienced at reading large bills from Congress, has listed six major problems concerning a national immigration reform bill currently being considered by the Senate.

Claiming “you can’t find five members of Congress who have read” the Senate’s new immigration bill, McCaughey said the proposed legislation consists mainly of agenda for several interest groups.

McCaughey said that the bill overall threatens border security and creates a difficult and problem-ridden path to citizenship.

Among the bill’s flaws, according to McCaughey, include its propensity for weakening rules for asylum seekers; sending government jobs to community organizers; not making it possible for new citizens to become self-supporting; being too expensive; preventing border enforcement agents from the performance of their basic, day-to-day jobs; and doubling the legal immigrant population with green cards.

Understanding the U.S.’s ever-changing immigration laws can be difficult, making it critical to speak with a lawyer from the Law Office of William Jang, PLLC. If you are an Austin resident experiencing immigration problems, contact us today at 512-323-2333 today.

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