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Immigration Reform

Posted by attorney Chad Brandt
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Immigration Reform

Obama's Plan for Comprehensive Immigration Reform

Tuesday, January 29th 2013, President Obama spoke live to the nation demanding immigration reform. "We do not need congress to pass the dream act, we need congress to act on a comprehensive immigration reform," stated President Obama. The President went so far to say that he will send his own Bill to Congress to enact comprehensive immigration reform if Congress fails to move fast enough.

Key Parts to Obama Immigration Reform 2013

1. The U.S. borders need to be secure, or as secure as we can make them.

2. Employers need to be checking the immigration status of employees (employment verification).

3. There needs to be a more direct path to citizenship for the estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants.

4. There needs to be a more sustainable immigration system moving forward.

Strong Support for Immigration reform

There is strong support for immigration reform from the general public, economists, members of Congress and the Senate, and the President of the United States. The consensus has a little ways to go before becoming a bill, but it is strikingly clear that immigration reform is not an "IF" but a "WHEN" in the year 2013.

Immigration Attorney Proudly serving Orlando

Brandt Immigration handles immigration and citizenship issues on a daily basis and is prepared for comprehensive immigration reform in 2013. Furthermore, our experienced Orlando immigration lawyers will keep you informed of all new laws and changes that may be relevant to your case.

If you are looking for an Orlando immigration lawyer with experience, dedication, and understanding, contact Brandt Immigration today.

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