However, the importance of the population to the political scenario of US is because the Hispanic voters have sworn allegiance to the side of the political divide. This, therefore, makes the population induce some amount of neutrality in the American political scene making it a level playing ground for both sides to compete for the votes (Sabrina, 2013).
According to the Latino decision poll, Hispanic voters have increased paid a lot of interest to the immigration debate. Over 77 percent of Hispanic voters according to the poll agree to the fact that The President and the Congress should allow the illegal immigrants to attain the legal status through a formal application. As it is now, immigration laws have seen to be hurting the Hispanic families. The Shattered Family Report by the Applied Research Center (ARC) has noted that up to 397,000 people were deported from US in 2011. Over 46,000 of those were parents of the US citizen children (Sabrina, 2013).
The act left many children in foster homes where they lack the needed parental love and care and terminating parental rights. The then Immigration policy destroyed the spirit of family reunification that was at the heart of the original US immigration policy. As such, many Hispanic families have been destroyed by the current immigration policy. However, the registered provisional immigrant category is meant to protect the family structure in order to stop the flaws in the former system.
In the year 2012 the government of US changed its immigration policy through an executive order that stopped the deportation of illegal immigrants below the age of 30. With that initiative, the government managed to secure up to 71% of the Hispanic vote in the 2012 election. This made the Congress be able to realize the importance of passing a comprehensive immigration laws for the benefit of all.
Even though Congress would like to be seen not to be rewarding the illegal migrants, it has to decide on how to deal