Writer, Filmmaker Notes U.S. Immigration's Ironies Writer and filmmaker S. Pearl Sharp says there is a schizophrenia in the U.S. immigration system.
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Writer, Filmmaker Notes U.S. Immigration's Ironies

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Writer, Filmmaker Notes U.S. Immigration's Ironies

Writer, Filmmaker Notes U.S. Immigration's Ironies

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Writer, Filmmaker Notes U.S. Immigration's Ironies

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Writer and filmmaker S. Pearle Sharpe says there is a schizophrenia in the U.S. immigration system: "On the one hand, we work hard to keep some folks out of our country, but there are also a lot of unjust shenanigans to keep temporary and unregistered citizens in the country."