As the discussion on immigration reform intensifies and more and more voices are heard, the need to maintain focus becomes increasingly important. After so many years of unsuccessful attempts, we can now say that in America there is definitely a growing consensus that something has to happen to improve our legal immigration system, and also to deal with the 11 or 12 million people who are already here, in an objective and compassionate way. What that reform will look like is yet to be determined. Although a number of people have expressed some basic tenets of what they would like to see included in a proposal, there is no language yet available for public consumption.
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