Immigration Reform Under Obama Likely to be Piecemeal

Balivé, Marcelo
November 2008
La Prensa San Diego;11/21/2008, Vol. 32 Issue 47, p6
The article reports that President-elect Barack Obama's policy on immigration reform is likely to be only piecemeal. According to the authorities in Washington D.C., an overhaul reform is not likely until 2010, as Barack Obama is prioritizing the financial crises and unemployment. Immigrant advocates are pushing for the reform on the immigration law due problems of immigrants resulting the work-site raids of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).


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