A regular feature, here we track what U.S. presidential candidates have had to say about immigration-related policy in recent days.
- Democratic presidential candidates promised the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials they will continue to pursue comprehensive immigration reform. Chris Dodd, Joe Biden, Hillary Clinton, Bill Richardson, and Barack Obama, among others were there. Republican presidential candidates were invited, but only Rep. Duncan Hunter showed up.
- Rudy Giuliani reaffirms the U.S.' need for "secure borders" after the terrorist scare at Glasgow's airport this Saturday: "[I]f you don't end illegal immigration, almost nothing is possible, because no matter what you do, things are going to get worse."
- Mitt Romney says he doesn't want to deport the 12 million undocumented immigrants in the country but he doesn't want to give them a "special pathway" to legalization either.