Steve Rose

July 20, 2013 5:00 PM

An immigration solution to please both sides: permanent resident program

Many of us are in favor of securing the U.S. border as airtight as possible, before major immigration reforms are implemented. But once the border is secured, we need to deal with the 11 million people living in nowhere land. A reasonable solution to an untenable situation is permanent residency.

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