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- Pete Nunez former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Enforcement and lecturer in political science at the University of San Diego
- Doris Meissner senior fellow, Migration Policy Institute; former Commissioner of the Immigration and Naturalization Service (1993-2000)
- Frank Sharry executive director of the National Immigration Forum
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