One of the fastest growing immigrant communities in the US are Asians.
While Asian Americans voted for President Obama this past election in record numbers, when it comes to the immigration reform it seems that the Latino vote dominates the conversation.
Andrew Lam, a Vietnamese-American writer and editor at New America Media talks with anchor, Marco Werman about how people in the Asian community are talking about immigration reform.
This is a highly debated subject among many groups says Lam, especially those Asian immigrants who came to this country as refugees.
"Some people feel that people who are undocumented are stepping in front of them in line for citizenship whereas they were law abiding and waiting patiently for years."