Immigration remains a thorny and divisive issue, especially in an election year. Nearly every American and illegal alien holds and passionately defends their definition of the problem and their understanding of how it can/should be resolved. Yet the views best known and disseminated tend to be those of politicians, legislators, policy advisors, immigrant lobby groups and border enforcement officials. The views of ordinary citizens like you tend to be lost. This survey seeks the views of those voiceless citizens and, more importantly, it seeks to learn of the many creative, practical and out-of-the-box solutions citizens believe could help resolve this problem.
By providing specific questions and, sometimes, offering a menu of answers, most surveys like this one, restrict what citizens can say.
It’s been a huge challenge to many immigrant families to deal with immigration issues in the U.S. This has been going on for years and as of today, some states are trying to create their own response to this issue. For instance, Arizona, Alabama and four other states have enacted their own controversial immigration laws. And, according to the Examiner, Alabama’s immigration law keeps children out of school
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