Thousands Rally Across US For Immigration Bill
Demonstrations took place in 18 different states for this new immigration bill, illegal immigrants are proposing that the government set up a program which will allow nearly 11 million illegal immigrants to remain in the U.S.
What This Bill Can Mean For Many
This bill could potentially require a widespread change in security at the borders. As well as an increase detention time for border crossers. The job market is scarce as is in the U.S most U.S citizens are opposed to this idea “There ought to be a rally for the 20 million Americans who can’t find a full-time job,” NumbersUSA President Roy Beck, whose group advocates reductions in immigration levels, said in a statement Wednesday.
While there were protests in 18 different states, they concentrated most on the countries capital, Washington. While the Hispanic population dominated the D.C event Asian and African Americans were also present.
“We won’t win immigration reform just coming to Washington. We need to walk the streets all over the country,” said Ben Monterroso, national director of civic participation of the Service Employees International Union, which represents nurses and lower-wage employees including janitors and child care workers.
Consideration for the Illegal Immigrants
Although illegal immigrants are hoping and praying that this bill is approved there is still a lot of work ahead of the U.S government, many things they must take into consideration. Money will be spent and more jobs need to be created, is this something they can handle?
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About Michael Niren
Michael is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto. He is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Canadian Bar Association’s Citizenship and Immigration Section and the Associate Member of the American Bar Association. Read more
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