Could sweeping changes be coming to immigration laws? Advocates hope budget bill is the answer

Posted on AllSides September 13th, 2021
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WASHINGTON – For decades, lawmakers and immigrant advocates have been working to pass immigration reform on Capitol Hill, often looking to pass bipartisan legislation to extend protections and pathways to citizenship for farmworkers and those who are undocumented.

Success has been elusive, but advocates and some members of Congress see the $3.5 trillion budget bill that Democrats and President Joe Biden want to pass this fall as one of their best bets of passing sweeping changes to the nation's immigration laws. 

Democrats are hoping to include in the bill pathways to...

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