@9XD4PSVLibertarian from Missouri answered…2wks
No, but we Need to Limit the Amount We take in
@9X8CXPBSocialist from Minnesota answered…2wks
No, and we should abolish borders.
@9X5B8DLWomen’s Equality from California answered…3wks
Yes, but based on the fluctuation of the amount of immigrants entering per day
@Shelley-PERRYDemocrat from Michigan answered…12mos
If they are not violent
@9PHM2KPProgressive from Texas answered…12mos
yes, because of covid 19
@9PC77M5Women’s Equality from California answered…12mos
During health crisis situations such as covid-19 yes.
@9P6SVJKWorking Family from Arkansas answered…12mos
They should go through a screening and make sure that no sicknesses are being brought over or anything bad. Nothing horrific.
@9P42SVPWorking Family from Wisconsin answered…12mos
Because of Covid-19 I believe immigration should be held back until the pandemic is handled
@9P279XRGreenfrom Guam answered…12mos
Yes, but only until the pandemic has subsided
@kylekrzyWomen’s Equality from Michigan answered…12mos
No, only in times of a pandemic (like COVID) does this become relatively appropriate.
@9MV4CP3Socialist from Rhode Island answered…12mos
Yes, until we can take care of our own people
@9L4SGTDVeteran from New Jersey answered…12mos
Only during war time.
@9L3HRJMWomen’s Equality from Tennessee answered…12mos
given the current COVID-19 pandemic there should be mandatory testing and a ban for those who test positive.
@9KVSMP7Constitution from Oklahoma answered…12mos
Yes, but only in the theoretical instance of an overload in immigration.
@9KRF4R7Working Family from Tennessee answered…12mos
yes due to Covid
@9KHKDZGWorking Family from Indiana answered…12mos
During a pandemic, Yes.
@9KBSZS8Constitution from Missouri answered…12mos
No, we need to increase immigration funding to speed the process up to allowing the green card sooner.
@9KB673RTranshumanist from Minnesota answered…12mos
Yes, there should be a ban on immigration and travel to and from the US until Covid-19 is under control
@9K9LPGMWomen’s Equality from Delaware answered…12mos
Only in the case of a pandemic. Then, once the government declares the country safe enough for travel, lift the ban.
@9K7FD4RTranshumanist from Connecticut answered…1yr
@9HCBYCYTranshumanist from Pennsylvania answered…1yr
Only from high-risk regions and groups
@9HCYW5HDemocrat from Nebraska answered…1yr
Yes, but only until the pandemic is over.
@9HCMYXMVeteran from Arizona answered…1yr
Only if we are at war with the country and with this pandemic we should not be letting people in rn.
@9HCH3VMLibertarian from California answered…1yr
Yes, on account of COVID-19 and overpopulation in the U.S.
@9GVZRP5Working Family from Colorado answered…1yr
but there should be a limit
@9FGTH88Libertarian from Colorado answered…1yr
There is nothing about immigration in the Constitution. Therefore, it is state power not a federal one.
@9WKRFXVVeteran from Pennsylvania answered…1mo
No, but we need to significantly decrease the annual immigration quotas
@9W4DZWFIndependence from South Carolina answered…2mos
No but we should speed up the application process so applicants can either be granted entrance or sent back to their home countries in a reasonable time period.
@9VY7N9MDemocrat from Georgia answered…2mos
No, but increase security for our borders and background checks for all immigrants who enter the nation
@9VS5KBSPeace and Freedom from Indiana answered…2mos
No, but if the quantity is an amount that affects the country then it should be a possibility.
@9R6BBSLRepublican from Washington answered…9mos
No, but massively decrease immigration.
@ashtonmazurekIndependent from Virginia answered…10mos
Yes because of COVID right now
@9QMBM9SRepublican from Michigan answered…11mos
Yes, but only during a national emergency.
@9Q37Y8DRepublican from Connecticut answered…11mos
No; however, these United States should repeal the 1965 Immigration laws and return to the previous system used.
@AlexanderMetyuGreen Alliance - The People’s Partyfrom Arizona answered…11mos
Vladimir in charge
@Angel-Perez-Vasq…Democrat from Ohio answered…11mos
I'd say no, but if possible, then temporarily ban immigration and during that time, make or update better immigration policies.
@9NZL2W8Women’s Equality from Florida answered…12mos
Yes, but because of COVID-19 not terrorism
@9N75MBGWorking Family from Texas answered…12mos
Yes, but only in cases of illegal immigration; if all the proper procedures are done then no.
@9N3M8G5Women’s Equality from New York answered…12mos
Yes, until Covid rates decrease.
@9N3KXMNWorking Family from Ohio answered…12mos
not all but some
@9N39JHMRepublican from New Jersey answered…12mos
No, but we should spend more to increase our border security and we should increase the number of immigrants we currently allow into the country.
@9MW48BLIndependent from New Hampshire answered…12mos
Yes, but exclusively as a provision during the Covid-19 Pandemic
@9MMVMVTVeteran from Idaho answered…12mos
Yes, but only for a short time to be able to get the immigrants already in our government situated
@9MM5D64Republican from Kansas answered…12mos
No, I don't think we should ban all immigration but lower the amount of people until we can fix the major flaws in the immigration system.
@9MLXJHKWomen’s Equality from Kansas answered…12mos
Yes, but only because of the world wide pandemic currently going on. After there is a vaccine, the immigrant ban should be lifted.
@Gee2hickVeteran from Tennessee answered…12mos
Yes until covid is under control.
@9MK46HKWorking Family from Virginia answered…12mos
With the 2020 pandemic going on yes, they should be temporarily banned because we do not want more spread of the virus.
@9MDD3JJDemocrat from Indiana answered…12mos
Your wasting your time asking me this I’m a child
@9M8CKXDSocialist from Illinois answered…12mos
covid is going on right now and we have enough of it. i say once covid is over we allow them in
@9M7P46RDemocrat from Illinois answered…12mos
Yes, but only until COVID-19 is under control.
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