Are these immigration reform purely politicking only to get votes from latino communities?
hmm, this is more of a political question than a legal one. Did you have a specific immigration legal question?
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That is not a legal question.
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This is not a political forum.
The Republicans in the House of Representatives will not support immigration reform. As such, it is unlikely that any immigration reform package will go through before the 2012 elections.
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