Comprehensive Immigration Reform

Comprehensive immigration reform in 2013/2014 is dead. Speaker of the House John Boehner (R-OH) declared that the House of Representatives would not pass an immigration bill that could wind up in a House-Senate Conference Committee.

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The Senate passed a bipartisan Comprehensive Immigration Reform bill (S.744) in late June 2013. However, no CIR bill has emerged from the House of Representatives. Instead, the House has focused on a number of immigration bills dealing with specific issues. Notably absent is a bill which contains a Path to Citizenship for the 11 million undocumented people in the U.S. Below, we link to Presidential speeches, statements by Members of Congress, and insightful news stories explaining the efforts being made to pass Comprehensive Immigration Reform in 2013.


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Comprehensive Immigration Reform is divided into the following subsections:


General Resources – Comprehensive Immigration Reform



Videos on Comprehensive Immigration Reform



Immigration Reform News Stories




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