Saturday, January 2nd, 2016 @ 10:28PM

I believe border security should be our top priority when looking at immigration reform. We need leadership in Washington that puts an emphasis on border security; and we need to secure the border by whatever means is appropriate, whether it’s by building a physical wall or a virtual wall using technology along with boots on the ground. I think we need a better vetting process for anyone entering this country, especially if they are entering from a country with known terrorist cells. I do believe anyone entering the country should pass a security test, not a religious test, and that we must act to ensure we are not rewarding those who come here illegally with citizenship. Additionally, we need to reform our immigration process to make it easier for our agriculture community to bring in the assistance they need while also increasing the number of visas available to highly-skilled, highly-educated immigrants who would benefit the American economy.

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