In Quiroga Law Office, PLLC, we regret the recent failure of immigration reform in the U.S. Rejected for the second time, it did not adequately address the challenges of border security or the essential needs of the immigration system. 

While the debate is on increasing the number of immigration judges and officers, a necessary but insufficient measure, it continues to lack effective solutions for millions of immigrants’ regularization and economic contribution. 

After an initial failed attempt this year, the Democrats reintroduced the measure, facing internal divisions and Republican resistance, culminating in a vote of 43 in favor and 50 against. 

This outcome reflects a partisan division that harms border communities and delays the necessary reform, potentially exacerbating insecurity in a tense electoral climate. 

At Quiroga Law Office, PLLC, we believe Congress must adopt a more humane and balanced approach, promoting policies that encourage the fair and beneficial integration of immigrants into our society. For our part, we will continue advocating for significant and fair changes in immigration policy.