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--Titus 1:9, Revised Standard Version
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All our faith traditions share a fundamental belief that human beings are made in the image and likeness of God and that we must treat every person with dignity, for “the strangers who sojourn with you shall be to you as the natives among you, and you shall love them as yourself” (Leviticus 19:33-34). The interfaith statement includes seven principles that are rooted in our holy Scriptures, our faith traditions and our sense of American democratic values, which include:
• • upholding family unity;
• • creating a legalization process for undocumented immigrants;
• • protecting workers;
• • facilitating immigrant integration;
• • restoring due process and just detention protections;
• • aligning enforcement with humanitarian values;
• • immigration as a matter of human rights.
Immigration reform would make us safer as a nation because it would make immigrants register with the government so that we would know who is here and give us the ability to identify those few immigrants who have committed crimes. Giving immigrants a reason to come out of the shadows would also allow them to feel comfortable cooperating with law enforcement to help identify those who are a danger or a threat.
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