Like many other people here in America, Attorney Joe Hernandez also has many questions concerning immigration.
"There's all kind of questions? Border issues? International relations? What is Congress going to do of course we know what happened lately no action was taking, so its probably going to continue and I don't know whether we'll solve the whatever problems we have as far as immigration is concerned?"
Although who knows when or how these questions will be answered, Hernandez says its an important issue that sincerely concerns this country and it's people.
"It's really we are a nation of immigration, and there's always been a movement pro and against people who may be different from us, for whatever reason whether it be color, language, customs, traditions, religions and we have to come to reasons on whatever those people being here."
Even though that immigration has been a hot topic this year. Hernandez recalls one year that stands out the most in his mind that changed immigrants life here for the best.
"Some 20 years ago the Immigration Act of 1987, which gave amnesty to 2 million of individuals of course, if you remember that is one of the 2nd points in Congress that many people object and even eject to the term amnesty."
Even if amnesty doesn't come across the table anymore, Hernandez believes it's a willingness that keeps these people striving to become citizens.
"If you see studies of immigration children, there is often times hunger, striving to get somehere to be someone so that impatess is good for us, itself an example sometimes to other people lets follow the example of those indivuals," Hernandez says.