The 2016 presidential election has been unlike any other in U.S. history, one of the topics at the forefront of the debate being immigration.
While President-elect Donald Trump has taken a more hard stance on the topic promising to build a wall. Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has focused more on the issues facing immigrants and how to change policies regarding their hopeful citizenship.
Although the two nominees have equally expressed their concerns for secure borders, the rest of their interest regarding immigration do not meet eye to eye.
The following presents what the U.S. has defined immigration as, what Trump and Clinton propose in regards to immigration as president and the United States' history of immigration since 1492.