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@B4H73V2Republican from New York answered…2wks

Yes, but I would prefer an immgration mortiorium for 10-20 years. Or a set number of legal immgrants we allow into our country.

@B4BXLZ6Transhumanist from Texas answered…3wks

@B3VFN8WWomen’s Equality from Minnesota answered…2mos

limit more on the amount of immigrants we allow in until we are able to support most of the people in our country ,75%-80% are not homeless

@B3H6W6QRepublican from Wisconsin answered…2mos

They need to apply for citizenship and receive a background check.

@B2RDT46Republican from New Jersey answered…3mos

@B2QH4LZWomen’s Equality from Indiana answered…3mos

depends on the circumstance of why a person is immigrating to the U.S.

@B2Q79TCVeteran from Texas answered…3mos

No expell and ban immigrants that are black redhead and believe in eternal damnation

@B2MVCWNDemocrat from Delaware answered…4mos

No, we should improve immigration and asylum laws and to make legal immigration more accessible.

@B26N5V2Republican from Pennsylvania answered…4mos

@B24DPTZWorking Family from Texas answered…4mos

No and let in more western European immigrants celtic and italic races are decesendents of Jesus Christ

@9ZTNYD5Libertarian from Pennsylvania answered…5mos

No, but we should spend more to increase our border security, and get rid of all immigration quotas

@9ZSDTRFDemocrat from Tennessee answered…5mos

@anchoviessssVeteran from Maine answered…5mos

@9YFWN6NLibertarian from Texas answered…8mos

No and decrease asian immigration and ban black immigration and german immigration

@9Y7B7QRWorking Family from Washington answered…8mos

I feel like it should be banned partially. We are in the middle of a food crisis and we have the issue of overpopulation

@9XYYSL4Veteran from Texas answered…8mos

@9XSFVSXWomen’s Equality from Connecticut answered…8mos

@9TZSX6YPeace and Freedom from Tennessee answered…1yr

@9TYGRZSUKIPfrom Minnesota  answered…1yr

@9SV2LCYLibertarian from Missouri answered…1yr

@9STB6NSConservativefrom Arizona  answered…1yr

No, but we should spend more to increase our border security and we should decrease the amount of immigrants we currently allow into the country.

@9SS3WX9Veteran from Florida answered…1yr

@9RZ9S22Green from Pennsylvania answered…1yr

no, but we should reinvent our immigration policy so that all Americans are okay with it

@9RBK2THGreenfrom Maine  answered…1yr

No, and America should become more accepting of other cultures

@9R9QMDSLibertarian from New York answered…1yr

During this pandemic the government should severely limit the amount of immigration to the United States, so that new jobs go to American citizens first.

@9R6BBSLRepublican from Washington answered…1yr

@9R2NKKDVeteran from New Jersey answered…1yr

We should increase the border protection and increase the funding to border patrol. Increase the wait time for people coming from the Middle East because of terror groups trying to come and attack the United States

@9QX2GB5Liberalfrom Guam  answered…2yrs

@9QMBM9SRepublican from Michigan answered…2yrs

@9Q37Y8DRepublican from Connecticut answered…2yrs

No; however, these United States should repeal the 1965 Immigration laws and return to the previous system used.

@B3656N4Constitution from Texas agreed…3mos

Yes. I absolutely agree that the 1965 immigration policy needs to be abolished. All this nonsense that Mexican immigrants are taking our jobs away is completely foolish,because without the current policy illegal immigrants would not "take" our jobs. The illegal immigrants are not taking Americans jobs,but in fact the government is giving them those jobs.

@Angel-Perez-Vasq…Democrat from Ohio answered…2yrs

I'd say no, but if possible, then temporarily ban immigration and during that time, make or update better immigration policies.

@9PC77M5Women’s Equality from California answered…2yrs

@9P6SVJKWorking Family from Arkansas answered…2yrs

They should go through a screening and make sure that no sicknesses are being brought over or anything bad. Nothing horrific.

@9P42SVPWorking Family from Wisconsin answered…2yrs

Because of Covid-19 I believe immigration should be held back until the pandemic is handled

@9P279XRGreenfrom Guam  answered…2yrs

@kylekrzyWomen’s Equality from Michigan answered…2yrs

No, only in times of a pandemic (like COVID) does this become relatively appropriate.


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