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Fine, let the 'Dreamers' stay — but only if it's followed up with strict immigration enforcement

Fine, let the 'Dreamers' stay — but only if it's followed up with strict immigration enforcement

To the editor: Considering that polls indicate most Americans agree with law professor Hiroshi Motomura’s assertion that the “Dreamers” who qualified under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program contribute so much to our society, perhaps they should be granted permanent legal status. (“The Dream Act could bring the rule of law back to immigration policy,” Opinion, Dec. 7)

That can then be used as a starting point in enacting further immigration reform, which would include the strictest border, interior and employment enforcement, so it won’t be...

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