After last month’s elec­tions, both par­ties seem ready to make a serious effort to revise and update the nation’s immi­gra­tion laws.

What should com­pre­hen­sive immi­gra­tion reform look like? Should the United States con­trol the rate of immi­gra­tion, and if so, how? What should be done about the esti­mated 11 mil­lion undoc­u­mented workers already here? And what about those who have been deported in recent years but still have family mem­bers living in the U.S.?


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