Immigrant families, some of who participated in a 3-week bus tour aimed at keeping families together, came to Captiol Hill on Wednesday demanding legislation with a path to citizenship. : News Photo

Immigrant families, some of who participated in a 3-week bus tour aimed at keeping families together, came to Captiol Hill on Wednesday demanding legislation with a path to citizenship.

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WASHINGTON, DC - MARCH 13: Rogelio Hidalgo, 48, of Mexico holds his 18-month-old daughter, Lupita Hidalgo. The father, who is undocumented and is waiting for the reform, lives in Redmond, OR. Immigrant families, some of who participated in a 3-week bus tour aimed at keeping families together, came to Capitol Hill on Wednesday demanding legislation with a path to citizenship. A people's hearing on immigration reform was held where immigrants gave testimony on their stories for the audience and panel including some congressmen including Luis Gutierrez, Bill Foster, Mike Honda, Juan Vargas, Steven Horsford and Cangresswoman Judy Chu. The group gave senate a March 21 deadline to introduce immigration legislation. (Photo by Sarah L. Voisin/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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WASHINGTON, DC - MARCH 13: Rogelio Hidalgo, 48, of Mexico holds his 18-month-old daughter, Lupita Hidalgo. The father, who is undocumented and is waiting for the reform, lives in Redmond, OR. Immigrant families, some of who participated in a 3-week bus tour aimed at keeping families together, came to Capitol Hill on Wednesday demanding legislation with a path to citizenship. A people's hearing on immigration reform was held where immigrants gave testimony on their stories for the audience and panel including some congressmen including Luis Gutierrez, Bill Foster, Mike Honda, Juan Vargas, Steven Horsford and Cangresswoman Judy Chu. The group gave senate a March 21 deadline to introduce immigration legislation. (Photo by Sarah L. Voisin/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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Rogelio Hidalgo of Mexico holds his 18monthold daughter Lupita... News Photo 1637232432013-03-15 00:36:16.000,Daughter,Females,Hold,Horizontal,Human Interest,Lupita Hidalgo,Mexico,Rogelio Hidalgo,USA,Washington DCPhotographer Collection: The Washington Post 2013 The Washington PostWASHINGTON, DC - MARCH 13: Rogelio Hidalgo, 48, of Mexico holds his 18-month-old daughter, Lupita Hidalgo. The father, who is undocumented and is waiting for the reform, lives in Redmond, OR. Immigrant families, some of who participated in a 3-week bus tour aimed at keeping families together, came to Capitol Hill on Wednesday demanding legislation with a path to citizenship. A people's hearing on immigration reform was held where immigrants gave testimony on their stories for the audience and panel including some congressmen including Luis Gutierrez, Bill Foster, Mike Honda, Juan Vargas, Steven Horsford and Cangresswoman Judy Chu. The group gave senate a March 21 deadline to introduce immigration legislation. (Photo by Sarah L. Voisin/The Washington Post via Getty Images)