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Reforming our views on immigration

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Are we taking the humanity and dignity of people into consideration when shaping our own views of immigration? Matthew Soerens, training specialist for World Relief, sits down with Dan Darling to discuss these issues and more.

Soerens serves as the U.S. church training specialist for World Relief. He previously worked as a Board of Immigration Appeals-accredited legal counselor for World Relief’s office in DuPage County, Ill.

Twitter: @matthewsoerens

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