Will there be a new immigration law in 2014? Part 1
With any prediction, one needs to look at the positive and the negative factors. First, The Republican leadership in the House of Representatives has promised to raise immigration reform in the 2014 agenda calendar. Second, the leadership in the Republican House of Representatives have stated that they are for a step-by-step progression that will result in some type of legal status for the 11 million illegal aliens in United States. Third, the business groups, specifically the chamber of Commerce and technology companies, are pushing for immigration reform and contributing over $100 million for comprehensive immigration reform. The money is going towards advertisement for to gain public support, and donations to the campaigns of Congressional Republicans who will support comprehensive immigration reform.
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