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The push for comprehensive immigration reform begins.

So does the push back.

Religious and labor leaders called upon Congress and President-elect Obama to pass a comprehensive immigration package this year and said that the U.S. economy could not be restored without legalizing the nation’s undocumented immigrants.

“Immigration reform is a necessity in order to fix the American economy,” John Wilhelm, president of Unite Here’s hospitality-industry division, said Thursday during a national teleconference call on immigration reform. The New York-based group represents more than 450,000 workers around the U.S.

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By Justin Randolph immigration attorney & employment discrimination attorney: Practicing immigration law since 2001 and employment discrimination law since 2005. Justin Randolph handles employment and family based immigration as well as removal cases at the Chicago Immigration Court. His office offers free email and phone consultations. Please call (312) 663-1560 or email and don't forget to visit his immigration lawyer website for answers to common questions. Please follow him twitter and Google+

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