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Rubio Cites Chain Migration in DREAM Act Opposition


Washington Post "conservative" blogger Jennifer Rubin posts part of an exchange between Geraldo Rivera and Marco Rubio over the DREAM Act amnesty. "The DREAM Act, as it is currently structured, has a series of problems that not only denies it the support that it needs, but I think would be counterproductive to our goal of having a legal immigration system that works," said Rubio.

"So, for example, it provides for chain migration, which I think is the biggest problem that it creates. So you're not only helping the kids, but once a kid becomes a citizen or a legal resident and then a citizen, they can now act as an anchor to bring in their entire family through the process. And that means that the DREAM Act is not limited to the kids."

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