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IThe Latino community is united in wanting to fix our nation’s broken immigration policies. With 38 percent of Hispanics in the U.S. being foreign-born, this is an issue that impacts us, our families, and our neighbors. Our immigration, asylum, and naturalization laws must respect the dignity of the individual, reflect our nation’s commitment to human and civil rights, and deny state and local encroachment into this federal arena.

The Latino community is united in wanting to fix our nation’s broken immigration policies. With 38 percent of Hispanics in the U.S. being foreign-born, this is an issue that impacts us, our families, and our neighbors. Our immigration, asylum, and naturalization laws must respect the dignity of the individual, reflect our nation’s commitment to human and civil rights, and deny state and local encroachment into this federal arena.