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Poll: Majority of Americans, GOP, Back Path to Citizenship - Tipping Point?

"According to a new Associated Press-GfK poll, more than 60 percent of Americans favor allowing undocumented immigrants to eventually become U.S. citizens. ... Much of the increase in support for a path to eventual citizenship has come among Republicans. A majority in the GOP — 53 percent...

Solid Majority of Americans Favor Path to Citizenship

"A consistent and solid majority of Americans — 63 percent — crossing party and religious lines favors legislation to create a pathway to citizenship for immigrants living in the United States illegally, while only 14 percent support legal residency with no option for citizenship, according...

Majority of Respondents in Immigration Court Now Have Lawyers

"The majority of immigration court cases in 2013 involved immigrants who had legal representation, a reversal from five years ago, according to new data from the federal government. In 2013, 59 percent of those in immigration proceedings had legal representation—that's a big jump from...