US immigration reforms may benefit Hawaii | Pacific Beat

US immigration reforms may benefit Hawaii

US immigration reforms may benefit Hawaii

Updated 16 May 2013, 9:30 AEST

US President Obama's promise to reform immigratrion laws may have benefits in Hawaii.

Mr Obama has promised to speed up legal immigration, strengthen border security and cut down the time US citizens have to wait get their families into the United States.

Bishop of Tucson, the Most Rev. Gerald Kicanas visited Maui, Hawaii recently to learn about their immigration experiences and to share his experiences working on immigration reform.

Presenter: Geraldine Coutts

Speaker: Reverend Gerald Kicanas, Bishop of Tuscon, Arizona

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Geraldine Coutts

Geraldine Coutts

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Geraldine is a respected voice on issues in the Pacific and is the presenter of our morning Pacific Beat  program.

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