Republican congressmen have not learned their lesson. Some want to create a subclass of 11 million people, most of them Hispanic, by denying them a path to citizenship. While the details of a comprehensive immigration reform are still being worked out, three competing ideas have emerged. Some Republicans, like Rep. Robert Goodlatte from Virginia support a reform that would grant undocumented immigrants temporary legal status, without putting them on a path towards citizenship. Others, like Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) support putting immigrants on a path to citizenship “eventually,” but only after increasing border security and once immigrants meet a long list of requirements. Finally, President Obama and most Democratic congressmen advocate for a direct path to citizenship as long as candidates pay a fine, learn English, and wait in line behind those who have begun the process to migrate legally. Creating a large subclass of residents would institutionalize labor abuse and other injustices. The United States should learn from France’s example, where failure to integrate millions of Muslim immigrants has led to violent riots in the past.