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Greg Siskind on Immigration Law and Policy

MARCHERS RALLY FOR IMMIGRATION REFORM

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The numbers were smaller than in years past, but anti-immigration groups also seem to have lost some of their steam. The public's ranking of immigration as their most important issue has dropped rapidly as other issues like the war and the economy occupy the public's attention. Only three percent of the public now considers immigration the most serious issue facing the country. That's a two-thirds drop from what the same poll showed just a year ago.

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  1. Ranjiv's Avatar
    Yeah, and maybe they should also focus on working together with legal immigrants on common goals, rather than trying to sabotage EB visa recapture bills that may also benefit them in the future.
  2. There you go's Avatar
    "This marching strategy has had its day, they should focus on enrolling people to vote and rising funds through PACS to contribute to political campaigns"

    Non citizens are barred from contributing to PACs or candidates by law. Oh well , who cares about law anyway .
  3. AAV's Avatar
    Why blame them??? The corrupt politicians and AILA, Immigration lawyers have repeatedly stabbed the employment based immigrant community in the past...
  4. Another voice's Avatar
    "Non citizens are barred from contributing to PACs or candidates by law. Oh well , who cares about law anyway "

    NOOOOO kidding really, how about their family members that are US citizens and are able to vote and contribute to PAC's. That is who I was referring to genius.
  5. Don't go there's Avatar
    "Non citizens are barred from contributing to PACs or candidates by law."

    Incorrect. LPRs may contribute just like citizens. Given that half of this country's foreign born are LPRs, it is quite substantial.
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