President Obama's re-election last Tuesday has been partly the result of, and will play a large role in, U.S. immigration law. Immigration is arguably what defines America as a nation in many ways. American is a nation whose foundation is comprised of the work and spirit of immigrants; it has always been a refuge and a place where one can pursue their dreams in a tangible way. In many cases, it is the only country where immigrants have ever been able to call home. This holds, particularly, for those brought to the U.S.

as children and for whom President Obama's Deferred Action and Childhood Arrivals (DACA) is critical. With the re-election of President Obama, there is a possibility that immigration processes can be improved and for specific programs, such as the DACA and Comprehensive Immigration Reform (CIR), to be successfully implemented.

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