Immigration reform has always been set aside. In the past hardly anything has been done to help out our fellow immigrants. Immigrants come for a brighter future, but instead they are being abused and not getting good wages for hard labor jobs. The problem goes further families are being separated children are left without parents due to parents being deported. Change can happen, but we need to support presidential candidate Bernie Sanders; he will not set the peoples problems aside. Bernie has a record of being involved in politics and he is currently a senator of Vermont. Sanders has the knowledge and the experience to help with a reform on immigration.
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cannot be held in a job against your will, and you have a right to keep your passport and other identification documents in your possession. You may request help from unions, immigrant, labor rights and other groups and report abuse without retaliation. You also have a right to seek justice in U.S. courts. This shows that they have the right to seek justice and get paid fairly as a U.S.
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