Unfortunately, "immigration" has become an oversimplified and partisan issue that many of us have come to view in binary terms. The problem we face today is that when we consider immigration, we are not framing the discussion in a way that makes room for multiple perspectives. When politicians talk about limiting or encouraging immigration, who exactly are we talking about? Immigrants are not all the same. There are legal immigrants, and there are illegal immigrants. There are illegal immigrants who knowingly cross borders without documentation or overstay their visas; and there are illegal immigrants who have no choice in the matter, brought here as children by their parents. As a country, it's crucial we acknowledge that immigration is not a black and white issue, but one with nuance and complexity. Such an acknowledgment by the majority may be the only hope toward a normal life for many undocumented children and young adults.