Hillary Clinton, Democratic Presidential nominee of the US, said she would pursue immigration reform with all earnestness if she was elected to the office of President. Speaking at a joint conference for black and Hispanic journalists on 5 August, she was quoted by dailymail.com as saying that she would get down to working on immigration reform immediately after being elected. The government would be all set to put in place legislation as quickly as they could, stated Clinton. She said that they were totally committed to achieving a positive result.
The Democrats are hoping that the outcome of the election, which they were working hard to win, would send an emphatic message to their Republican counterparts that it was time for them to stall the process of immigration reform, said Clinton.
She also vowed to defend both the DAPA (Deferred Action for Parents of Americans) and LPRs (Lawful Permanent Residents) policies.
Among the other actions she said she would carry out would be to open an Office of Immigrant Affairs in the White House to closely scrutinise deportation policies.
Sarah Glover, NABJ President, a spokeswoman for the conference, said that they had also invited Donald Trump, the Republican White House candidate. While Clinton had accepted their invitation, Donald Trump had declined it, said Glover.
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