Immigration has been the hot-button issue of the 2016 presidential race.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump were taking opposite roads to immigration reform—until last week. In the wake of a meeting with his new Hispanic advisory council, Trump made comments that suggested he may be softening his hard-line immigration policy.
The Republican nominee is currently indicating that rather than rounding up and deporting 11 million undocumented immigrants, there would be a “process.” What, exactly, that process would look like remains unexplained.
For now, here’s a look at where the two presidential candidates stand on immigration issues.
VISAS & GREEN CARDS
REFUGEES & ASYLUM
THREE- & 10-YEAR BANS
11 MILLION UNDOCUMENTED IMMIGRANTS
EXPANDING HEALTHCARE ACCESS
ACCESS TO LAWYERS
(PUBLIC DEFENDERS DO NOT EXIST IN IMMIGRATION COURT)