It’s  a simple question really. Do we continue with the immigration  friendly policy that has been the hallmark of our history and the  secret behind our astonishing success as a nation, or, do we stop in  favor of protecting our citizens from a multitude of threats, ranging  from economic to theology?

The  question has became an even bigger issue in the aftermath of the 9/11  attacks, where the 2002 Homeland Security Act decreed that the United  States Immigration and Naturalization Services (INS) be placed under  the jurisdiction of the Department of Homeland Security, who in turn,  included immigration under its wide ranging security policy. In an  immediate turn of events, the INS was broken up into two separate  entities, the Bureau  of Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS) and the Bureau of  Immigration and Customs Enforcement (BICE), responsible for inbound  and outbound travel respectively.

USCIS  and BICE, along with their political masters in Washington, walks a  fine line between the reality of economic interdependence,  sociological ethics and security considerations, as we all watch with  bated breath from the sidelines while our new national identity is  forged in plain view to the rest of the world.


• I believe that every nation must have a secure border but we must also recognize that we do need immigrants.

• I think that amnesty should be given to those illegal immigrants already in the country.

• There should be quick and comprehensive immigration reform to enable a faster, simpler path to citizenship. 

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