LATINO/LATINA ROUNDTABLE'S PRINCIPLES OF INCLUSIVE IMMIGRATION
Immigration reform must put an end to discrimination against undocumented immigrants, by offering a speedy, reasonable path to citizenship for past, present, and future immigrants.
Immigration reform must work towards demilitarizing the US-Mexico border, closing private prisons, and ending administrative detention.
Immigration reform must recognize the right of documented and undocumented immigrants to have a job, without discrimination or being tied to a single employer through guest worker programs. “Employer Sanctions” must be repealed, because no human being is an unauthorized worker.
Immigration reform must be granted to immigrants regardless of their household income and grant social security, health benefits, and other social benefits without discrimination to immigrants.
The undocumented community must be granted participation in shaping immigration reform legislation.
Immigration reform must not discriminate on the basis of religion or sexual orientation.