They could apply for a
license. They could apply for a stateissued identity document. They could travel all over America to visitfamily, friends, and places of entertainment. They could travel to their country of origin, to visit their father, mother, son, daughter, brothers,sisters, grandparents, aunts, uncles, nephew, nieces, compadres,comadres, padrinos and madrinas. They could travel abroad to visit thegrave sites of their dearly beloved who died in their absence. Theycould more readily look for and obtain better employment. They couldmore easily apply for consumer credit so that they could get intofinancial tracalas like the rest of America. The William C. VelasquezInstitute and the Southwest Voter Registration and Education Projectdoes not have a broad vision. All they see is their need for a perfect bill. In conversations that the Editor had with the head of the William C.Velasquez Institute and the Southwest Voter Registration and EducationProject, looking for the whys of the very short sighted view of S744, theresponse that came back was S744 is dead, we can wait for other areasof immigration to advance at their own pace, like Dreamers, likeremoving the 3 year and the 10 year bars in immigration, like moresmoke, more smoke, more humo....
Bullet point: Exclude or disqualify, over time, more than 5 millionundocumented persons from the Registered Provisional Immigrant program; Subject Registered Provisional Immigrants to reprehensibleand unacceptable conditions for ten or more years in order to maintain status;
This bullet point as an argument is baseless.
based on Republicanthinking. Of the 11.5 million undocumented immigrants who mightqualify for the Registered Provisional Immigrant status that is containedin S744, the William C. Velasquez Institute and the Southwest Voter Registration and Education Project have concluded that more than 5million of them would be excluded or would not qualify. There is sometruth to this statement, but most of it is super hype. Where the WilliamC. Velasquez Institute and the Southwest Voter Registration andEducation Project get the "more than 5 million" from, is a mystery.