United States President Barrack Obama accused critics and opponents of his national comprehensive immigration reform measure as people who are not thinking about the “human consequences” of deporting certain immigrants, the News & Advance reported.
On February 4th at the Oval Office, Obama met with six young immigrants who are in danger of being deported back to their countries should the initiative passed by the Republican-led House of Representatives get approval in both houses of Congress. Obama said he feels for the human casualties that might be affected by this move.
Should the proposed legislation come to pass, it would overturn Obama’s executive decision to minimize deportations and allow some illegal immigrants to work in the United States. Obama, however, would likely veto the legislation.
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