Obama illegally residing persons given the right to stay in the country
Our immigration system is falling apart, but it may not be realistic to disrupt millions, Barack Obama. US President Barack Obama on immigration reform, using special powers issued Executive Order illegally residing in the country, about 50 million people will benefit.
According to foreign news agency, the President addressed the nation to announce that the new reforms on those living in the US illegally can avoid deportation. America has always been a land of immigrants. They come out of hiding and have abandoned the practice of law to establish its validity. President Obama’s reforms, which in turn will benefit the most are those parents. Whose children are US citizens or 5 years living in the US illegally, the new Executive Order also fixes numerous Pakistanis to benefit directly. Obama illegally residing persons given the right to stay in the country.
The US president said that our immigration system is collapsing, but it may not be realistic to disrupt millions of migrant workers to the need to give a chance. He assured the nation that they are not amnesty, but the simplest is the middle path. As a result, millions of people will be able to work legally, but neither the national nor state aid would be like other Americans. Obama illegally residing persons given the right to stay in the country.
The opposition Republican Party, said the move without Congressional approval authority by the President exceeded amounts. The government and the opposition will have a negative impact on their relationship. Opposition members say that the new president is not in the implementation of reforms and they will oppose it. Obama illegally residing persons given the right to stay in the country.
The US currently close to a million illegal immigrants are living in the last several years, US President Barack Obama’s promises to improve immigration laws, but Republican Party members in Congress because of opposition the president did not have any significant progress.