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The Only Way to Solve the Immigration Problem Is For Congress to Pass a Reform Law

The Only Way to Solve the Immigration Problem Is For Congress to Pass a Reform Law

Border needs a bipartisan solution now, before immigration gets lost in party battles and people find themselves deported back to a country they may have never seen in their lives.

It’s long past time for Congress to pass comprehensive reform legislation that will solve the nation’s immigration challenges.

As long as Congress remains polarized and divided on the issue, we’re likely to see a protracted effort for months and even years before a solution can be achieved.

That’s not going to happen simply because Democrats are in the majority in the House of Representatives. It’s not as easy to pass a law using the Republican-controlled Senate.

It’s clear that both sides of the aisle in Congress should come together, take a hard look at the challenges we face, and focus on a path forward.

But the problem is not the fault of any one side or the other. It is a political and political problem that requires a combination of Democratic and Republican support for a path forward. The only way to solve it is for Congress to step up to the plate and pass a solution.

No one should ever underestimate the importance of immigration issues to the United States. As a nation that embraces diversity and free and fair immigration, we must protect our immigration system and make sure it’s safe for both immigrants and the American people.

But solving this problem isn’t going to happen for years.

Most everyone agrees we need immigration reform. It’s going to take some time since reform would affect almost 1 million people — people who have been here for years.

We have to get it done.

After all, we have a fundamental need for immigration reform. We have an aging population, the potential to become a demographic crisis if we don’t address the economic and political challenges we face.

And as you can see from the chart below, immigration is currently a top priority for the vast majority of voters across the ideological spectrum.

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