We’ve collected the best Immigration Reform Quotes from the greatest minds of the world: Amy Klobuchar, Jared Polis, George Packer, Valerie Jarrett, Donna Brazile. Use them as an inspiration.
Comprehensive immigration reform should be debated and passed by Congress.
We can pass practical, comprehensive immigration reform.
I was very heartened by Rupert Murdoch’s passionate interest in immigration reform. He is an immigrant himself. He understands from a business perspective how important immigration reform would be to our economy.
Congressional opposition to immigration reform or emergency funds doesn’t stem from any philosophical objections or differences of principle. It stems from a calculated, petty, selfish rejection of anything Obama proposes.
I absolutely advocate for comprehensive immigration reform.
The majority of surveys throughout this Nation show that the American people are advocating for a comprehensive and realistic approach to immigration reform.
I support concrete and progressive immigration reform based on three primary criteria: family reunification, economic contributions, and humanitarian concerns.
America is the only developed nation that has a 2,000-mile border with a developing nation, and the government‘s refusal to control that border is why there are an estimated 460,000 illegal immigrants in Arizona and why the nation, sensibly insisting on first things first, resists ‘comprehensive’ immigration reform.
We must pass immigration reform.
In the immigration debate, some things are constant. They never change. One is that opponents of immigration reform will use it as a wedge issue and will blame everything from unemployment to rising health care costs on immigrants.
But I can tell you another engine for growth and job creation would be comprehensive immigration reform.
While no state has more at stake in immigration policy than California, the entire nation stands to benefit from thoughtful immigration reform.
Our immigration policy should be driven by what is in the best interest of this great country and the American people. Comprehensive immigration reform will strengthen U.S. security and boost economic growth.
We desperately need comprehensive immigration reform in this nation, and yes, comprehensive immigration reform proposals are nuanced and complicated, but you know what shouldn’t be? Our capacity to see each other‘s humanity.
Going forward, as we work to strengthen our border in the interests of homeland security, we must also recognize the economic importance of immigration reform.
Imagine a libertarian president challenging Congress for meaningful immigration reform.
I support comprehensive immigration reform that includes a path to full and equal citizenship for undocumented immigrants who are playing by the rules, staying out of trouble and contributing to our economy.
I still passionately support comprehensive immigration reform legislation with a path to full and equal citizenship.
We need comprehensive immigration reform so that we’re not creating this cycle of poverty and depression and everything that comes with separating a family.
I actually believe that one of the lessons of 1993 and 1994, as well as 2009 and 2010, is that when a Democratic president has the opportunity – with a Democratic Congress – that you shouldn’t wait to push significant legislation, whether it’s health care, immigration reform, other measures.
If immigration reform passes, it’ll be a big victory for sanity – nobody really believes it’s healthy for a country to have millions and millions of undocumented noncitizens living in the shadows. But it’ll also be a sign that the Republican Party has gotten tired of letting the Tea Party push it around.
We need to decouple the movement for comprehensive immigration reform and justice for immigrants from the legislative process and from the Democratic Party process. They are too linked.
It is in our national interest for Congress to act on immigration reform in a comprehensive manner.
It’s a significant contribution if we can get immigration reform done.
I would argue that you’re only going to get the conservatives, particularly a Republican House, to pass immigration reform if we, as conservatives, are reassured that the border is controlled and that we get to vote on whether the border is controlled.
I was a co-sponsor of Comprehensive Immigration Reform.
As we continue to work to pass comprehensive immigration reform, we must take action to stop these predators who are exploiting immigrants attempting to play by the rules.