7:00 am December 29, 2011, by AJC Opinion
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Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich has outlined a “path to legality” for some illegal immigrants. The criteria: They must have lived in the United States 25 years, have family, abide by the law and pay taxes. Two guest columnists offer views on this controversial issue facing the U.S.
Here is what Charles H. Kuck, managing partner with Atlanta-based Kuck Immigration Partners, LLC., and president of the Alliance for Business Immigration Lawyers, has to say. And read an opinion piece by Jerry Gonzalez, executive director of the Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials.
If nothing else, most agree there’s a problem and that solving it won’t be easy.
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