Immigration Reform: Now Is The Time

Close observers of our U.S. federal government agree that due to the very strange rhythms of national politics, comprehensive immigration reform — defined as a bill that includes some path to legal status for undocumented immigrants in the U.S., along with other policy changes — will either be passed in the next few months or not until 2017 at the earliest…

The Evangelical Immigration Table, which includes voices ranging from the Southern Baptist Convention to the National Association of Evangelicals to Sojourners, calls for immigration reform that.