A Hitch In Immigration Reform Could Defeat The Whole Purpose

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With all the talk of cutting budgets, an already underfunded program wonders how it will keep up with additional work, if immigration reform is passed.

Because one thing both Democrats and Republicans agree on, is requiring illegal immigrants to learn English before they can become legal citizens.

Mauricio Calvo is Director of Latino Memphis.

He's joined by Gaby Benitez with the Tennessee Immigrant & Refuge Rights Coalition.