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And as we continue to strengthen our economy and jump-start job creation, we need to do so with an immigration system that works, not the broken system we have now,” which is agreed by both sides of this debate, something needs to be done, but what? To begin understanding the argument of how this matter should be handled, an understanding of why so many of these twelve million immigrants are here. “The vast majority of immigrants who look to the United States for a new home look north from the south, and the vast majority from Mexico. These immigrants flee not the destruction and ravages of war, but the slower decay and death of poverty. They look north for economic opportunity: most of them come here simply to have a better life, to work, to help