Ummmm, generally I was the guy who said who cares if people learn English if they live here. After all, it's their loss, but having been selected for Jury Duty tomorrow, I was reading the list of disqualification reasons that are accepted, and here's one of them: I'm sorry, but excuse me? If you are an American citizen, you should be REQUIRED to participate in jury duty just like the rest of us. I have no problem with the health DQ reasons, or if somebody is a primary caretaker, but come on. So immigrants who don't learn English just get off Scott free? Not that I'd want them on my jury anyway (not knowing English and all), but I think this is just another argument towards requiring immigrants to learn and become fluent in the English language before being allowed to become citizens. I personally think it's ridiculous that we've essentially created two groups of citizens. Those who learn the language and are therefore required to perform jury duty, and those who don't learn it and are therefore not eligible. It's America. If a civil duty requires you to know English, then as far as I'm concerned we shouldn't be solving this issue by making certain people exempt from said civil duty, instead we should require that ALL immigrants do what they can to be eligible for their civil duties before they are allowed to become citizens.