has been a controversial issue for years in the Caribbean and recent events in Bermuda is an example of how emotional this can be. In Caribbean island like Bermuda, where illegal immigration has been an issue, there seems to be a divide between those looking to legalize their status and citizens who are concern about the potential impact on their country.

We know that there are many sides to this complex issue and would like to hear your views on the proposed “Pathways to Status” Immigration Reform proposed by the Bermudian Government.

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Neither is the moral obligation to do right by way of those who, in some instances, have spent their entire professional lifetimes working in and contributing to Bermuda. And the dubious constitutional validity of some of our existing immigration laws

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