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-- new concerns about a provision in the bill that requires background checks for people looking to become citizens.
Critics argue that checks just won't work.
I'll wait -- us live in LA on this way in -- you find out good morning.
Well bill they wanna -- project that looks beyond the US criminal databases and they oppose a provision that allows criminal and gang affiliated people.
To stay keep their formation confidential supporters argue there are always exceptions.
Supplemented with millions of illegal immigrants living in the so called shadows immigration reform supporters say background checks -- make America safer were better nation.
When we have these eleven million people coming forward but critics say the -- is no more than a rubber stamped with no personal interview reference check.
Or state issued ID required.
The idea here is we're supposed to be weeding out the bad apples.
But one of the big problems with the bill is that it doesn't require those -- -- did not -- the amnesty to leave the country where the government to find them.
That means felons fugitives those with three or more misdemeanors who are not supposed to be eligible for legal status.
Can remain where they are.
I don't mean to be flip about it but I mean that this sub heading -- this section could have been a sub headed no illegal alien left behind -- -- released seems to be.
To get as many -- yet amnesty for as many people as is physically possible supporters admit their bill isn't perfect.
Document fraud will happen and some criminals who support families will be allowed to stay under -- hardship clause.
But reform they say makes today's broken system.
Better if we can have mandatory.
If it at somebody presenting themselves for work is the person they say they are the Social Security number that they carry as valid.
That'll be a huge advance from where we are right now.
Expect a tougher version in the house has for -- some lawmakers point out the administration bill.
His -- through 99 point 5% of those -- apply for legal status under the presence.
I'd not deportation policy for young adults great they say is unrealistically high the fears that you'll see something similar here back William thank you we -- -- -- out of Los Angeles reporters there.
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