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Immigration & Border

I believe that our diversity as a country is our greatest strength. Our very identity as a nation is rooted in our immigrant heritage, and immigrants are critical to both the cultural and economic vibrancy of our country. That’s why I am fighting for a process that keeps families together, provides refuge to the world’s most vulnerable populations, and attracts the world’s best talents to live, study, and work in the U.S. Instead of building walls, we should be prioritizing border management and efforts that modernize and expand our nation’s land POEs, which are vital to both ensuring the safety of our country as well as facilitating the flow trade. We must also stop the wasteful spending on a border wall that has devastated precious environmental habitats, militarized border communities, and destroyed sacred Native American cultural sites. 

More on Immigration & Border

April 22nd, 2010
Grijalva Statement on The Economic Consequences of Arizona Passing SB 1070
April 20th, 2010
Grijalva Calls on Arizona Gov. Brewer to Veto Unconstitutional Anti-Immigrant Bill Before State Is Sanctioned
April 20th, 2010
Grijalva Pide a la Gobernadora Brewer Que Rechaze Propuesta Inconstitucional Anti-Inmigrante Antes Que El Estado Reciba Sanciones
April 13th, 2010
Grijalva Questions Sen. Kyl’s Announcement That Republicans Will Filibuster Any Immigration Reform This Year
April 2nd, 2010
Grijalva Praises Obama Appointment of Alan Bersin to Head $11 Billion U. S. Customs and Border Protection
November 23rd, 2009
Grijalva Reiterates Opposition To Permanent I-19 Checkpoint, Citing Concerns About Economic Impacts