Path to citizenship in the eye of the storm
The Biden administration has always wanted to enact fairly prominent changes to the US’ immigration system, which also includes deportation proceedings and immigration law enforcement.
In fact, within Biden’s immigration reform, his administration hopes to open a path to citizenship for millions of immigrants residing in the US undocumented, especially when it comes to essential foreign workers.
Naturally, there is a portion of the American population and opposition groups who do not agree with the idea of offering legal alternatives to foreigners who violated local immigration law by crossing the borders without authorization or exceeding their residency permits.
Therefore, due to this difference of opinion among the local public, immigration reform is gaining the attention of American citizens, especially in relation to the path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants.
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What do Americans think regarding the path to citizenship?
Over the last months, especially since President Biden took office, the controversy surrounding the path to citizenship has been present in the media and in debates within Congress. However, it is important to ask, what does the American public really think about the path to citizenship?
Well, let’s look at some important facts:
- In January 2021, a poll conducted by Politico and Morning Consult revealed that, out of a total of 1,990 respondents, 57% think undocumented immigrants should have access to citizenship, an 11% increase from 2017.
- A poll conducted in March 2021, which included 1,075 American adults revealed that 83% of respondents support Biden’s idea of opening a path to citizenship for immigrants who came to the US as minors, commonly called Dreamers.
- In the same poll, 65% of respondents stated that all undocumented immigrants should be able to access legal documentation and eventually citizenship.
- An April 2021 poll of 5,109 American adults found that 69% of respondents think undocumented immigrants should have temporary legalization routes and 42% think they should have a path to citizenship.
Thus, overall, a relatively high percentage of local citizens support the idea of opening a path to citizenship for foreigners who have lived in the country for a considerable period of time, as long as they meet certain eligibility requirements.
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