Immigration reform new today: Hillary Clinton has plans to do better than Obama’s executive order Â
Immigration reform is very close to hearts of millions of people. Even the immigrants who have already got the US nationality, it remains an issue that is closest to their hearts and they will go to any extent to actually see the immigration reforms implemented in the US.
As the US presidential elections 2016 become close, almost every White House hopeful is trying to make his or her stand clear on an issue that is going to make or break the chances of these hopefuls.
Democrats who have been trying their best to get the immigration reforms actually implemented across the US are not the only ones who are trying to do this, even Republicans are talking about it. Many GOP leaders seem to have realized the significance of the issue.
In the meantime one of the top Democrat presidential candidates, former secretary of state Hillary Clinton has said that she is going to increase the ambit of Obamaâ€™s executive action. A source close to her has said that Hillary Clinton, the wife of former governor Bill Clinton would expand President Barack Obama’s executive actions on immigration if she is elected as the next Commander-in-Chief.
Former First Ladyâ€™s campaign manager Robby Mook came out openly about what Hillary plans to do for the immigration reform. He said that the former secretary of state is â€œis advocating for going even further than President Obama on immigration, to stop deporting the parents of these DREAMers who are contributing to our economy, and are valuable members of our societyâ€.
Mook went on to add that, â€œspecifically in the policy that she was proposing, she wanted to make it easier for families to appeal some of these deportation decisions, parents of DREAMers who might be facing deportationâ€.
Hillary has also been talking about it on the issue. Last month she told young undocumented immigrants said, â€œWe can’t wait any longer for a path to full and equal citizenshipâ€.
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