The White House denied that the relevant details of the undocumented immigrants into the United States eight years legal residen
Posted Feb 19 2013 6:51am
According to the American Press Network compile reports, the White House has been discovered draft immigration reform bill has been drafted to provide an eight-year period for undocumented immigrants to become legal U.S. residents of the path. But White House officials on the 17th denied details, saying they are common with the the bipartisan Joint Senators team efforts, the final period of immigration reform through Congress. NY1 News reported, after "USA Today" has revealed alleged bill details of the draft, the draft would allow undocumented immigrants to apply for a new visa and immigrants facing deportation, thus becoming "legitimate expected immigrants. Applicants are required criminal record background investigation, submit biometric information and the need to pay the application fee. In addition, the report also said, is serving a sentence in the United States for more than 1 year, illegal more than three times, or imprisonment for 90 days or more, will not be able to apply for the visa. "We need to strengthen border security, improve the institutional system together," said White House Chief of Staff (White House Chief Of Staff) Dennis McDonough (Denis McDonough) in an interview with NBC interview, "We want to ensure that the appropriate ways to ensure that people can learn English, pay taxes, undergo a criminal background investigation. " Republican lawmakers said, indicates that immigration reform will not be smooth, they also questioned why these details will be the public informed about the political discussion on this bill. "Washington has always been not to allow this 'leak' accident," John McCain, Republican of Arizona, said, "This raises a question, the President really want such a result? Still want to give the Republicans are implemented pressure? " Senator Charles Schumer told CNN interview, also expressed his views, "We very much hope that the baked agree on a bipartisan bill in March." According to reports, the bill will also provide more security funds, and allows businesses to verify the immigration status of new employees within four years.