GOP Considers Pathway to Legalization that Does Not Lead to Citizenship posted on February 5, 2013
According to the New York Times, House Republicans today during the House Judiciary Committee hearing on immigration reform were suggesting that immigration reform relating to the 11 million estimated people here in the United States without authorization should not include a pathway to full U.S. citizenship, but instead a compromise somewhere between illegal status and citizenship.
According to the New York Times, Representative Robert W. Goodlatte, Republican of Virginia asked: “there are options we should consider between mass deportation and a pathway to citizenship for those not lawfully in the United States?”
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Today’s New York Times article is available <here>: