During a speech on the frontier city of El Paso, the United States President Barack Obama appealed to the Congress to study a migratory reform. “This change must be conducted by you to help us achieve an integral reform” was the petition that Obama made during his speech to the people.
In a second speech Obama dedicated solely to the migratory reform, the United States president assured that he supports the Dream Act project. This plan would legalize around 65,000 of undocumented students that arrive into the country every year.
The last step to reform the immigration system would involve a new visa system that will respond to the need for temporal agricultural workers or that of engineers of high technology. Obama finished his speech by saying, “The immigration reform is an economic imperative.”