It’s time to complete immigration reform

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Not Freida Cook - Am relative (Patrick Rodgers)  - Without question there is need for a top to bottom reform of Immigration Process in this country.  That said, it needs to be well researched, thought out and implemented in Sections, one at a time.  First Section would be the process for sealing the border, providing enforcement of those here illegally and streamlining Deportation.  Second Section could encompass enforcement and penalizing of companies who use illegal laborers. Reinvention of the old “Guest Worker” Program could be fine tuned and put to work providing controlled use of foreign workers. t worked well before and could work again.  Third Section would be a detailed consideration for all those currently here illegally, kids born to illegals while in the United States and other related immigration issues.  Some sort of multi-step process for becoming legal aliens could be developed, but without it being blanket amnasty.  Yes, it would take a lot of work and collective cooperation from both Republicans and Democrats, but the end result would be worth the effort.  Sadly, with the current total dysfunction of the Congress and Federal Government, such cooperation will never be forthcoming. Your tax dollars at work folks?

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