Frank Sharry, Executive Director of the National Immigration Forum, in an Oct. 18, 2005 hearing before the U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary entitled "Comprehensive Immigration Reform II," wrote:

“The keys to making the admissions system realistic, controlled, and workable are: …to provide enough visas for the expected future flow of workers and families; ‘Secure America’ accomplishes [this] by creating 400,000 worker visas a year and increasing family reunification visas so that the current illegal flow will be funneled into a legal one while being fair to those from around the world.”

Oct. 18, 2005