Immigration Reform Introduction For several centuries, human beings have been moving from one place to another due to several reasons. For example, people have moved from their old jurisdictions due to persecution, search for better opportunities, family reasons or political reasons such as freedom. For the US, this has been a very big issue. The United States of America is perhaps one of the biggest beneficiary of immigration in the world; this is because most of the citizens in the country are not or American ancestry (Citrin, et al., 1997). However, immigration also poses a lot of challenges to many governments and the US is no exception. The manner in which immigration should be handled rests with the government of the day in the US.