Hillary Clinton outlines immigration reform plan
Mayor de Blasio Makes Announcement at National Immigration Integration Conference
NEW YORK (AP) — Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton proposed Monday that people applying to be U.S. citizens should get a break in fees and lamented complex immigration laws that she said can tear families apart.
In a speech to the annual National Immigration Integration Conference in Brooklyn, the former secretary of state said she wants to give more help to people eligible for citizenship. She said she would waive the fees, increase access to language programs and close privately run detention centers as part of a plan to create a “path to full and equal citizenship.”READ MORE