How it is just not fair to those who have waited years to come to America.
Of late, most of the Republican presidential candidates have a taken a very strong line on the immigration issue. But, I thought that most Republicans respected and championed those who tried hard to avoid the government bureaucracy...
With the exception of McCain [who got skewered earlier this year for his support of the compromise immigration bill, setting his presidential aspirations back quite a bit], the Repubs' likely immigration solutions may range from building a wall/fence/whatever between the U.S. and Mexico to shipping them all back home in the back of the truck they came in on.
However, there is an interesting new take on the immigration issue.
And also, there has been a new citizenship test developed, that some say is a bit more difficult for new immigrants:
USCIS is taking a systemic approach to making the test more meaningful, one that follows a basic U.S. history and civics curriculum. The testing process goes well beyond a set of test questions; it includes a variety of study materials and opportunities for immigrants to expand their knowledge in the areas covered on the test and civics content beyond the test itself.Take the test on your own, and see for yourself. And remember, if you’re already a citizen, you should know the answer.
If you cannot provide the correct number of answers, maybe you’ll find yourself on the wrong side of the boarder fence one of these days.