Obama's Amnesty Plan

"We are not going to ship back 12 million people, we're not going to do it as a practical matter. We would have to take all our law enforcement that we have available and we would have to use it and put people on buses, and rip families apart, and that's not who we are, that's not what America is about. So what I've proposed... is you say we're going to bring these folks out of the shadows. We're going to make them pay a fine, they are going to have to learn English, they are going to have to go to the back of the line...but they will have a pathway to citizenship over the course of 10 years."


  • Create secure boarders: Obama wants to preserve the integrity of our boarders by providing additional personnel, infrastructure and technology on the boarder and at ports of entry.
  • Improvement in the immigration system: Obama wants to fix the immigration bureaucracy, increase the number of legal immigrants to keep families together, and meet the demand for all jobs that employers cannot fill.
  • Bringing people out of the shadows: Obama wants to support a system that requires all undocumented immigrations to pay a fine, learn English, and gain the opportunity to become citizens.
  • Remove incentives for entering illegally: Obama feels that it is important for employers to crack down on whom they hire, and to not hire undocumented citizens.
  • Work with Mexico: It is important to do more to promote economic development in Mexico to decrease illegal immigration.

Proposed Immigration Amnesty

The proposed immigration amnesty would benefit the 12 to 20 million undocumented aliens currently living in the United States. An amnesty for illegal aliens forgives their acts of illegal immigration and other acts such as driving and working with false documents. Granting amnesty effects a large number of foreigners who illegally gained entry into the United States by rewarding them with legal status, or a green card despite them breaking immigration laws.


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