Viewers watching Thursday's GOP presidential debate on Fox News will hear lots from the candidates about why Social Security needs to be fixed, why taxes can't be raised and why President Obama needs to go.
During a commercial break, they'll hear why legal immigration needs to be restrained.
The anti-immigration group NumbersUSA plans to air an ad nationally during the debate, arguing that those coming to the United States legally are taking jobs away from Americans.
"Should Congress give work permits to 1 million new legal immigrants again this year, when 20 million Americans of all colors, national origins and religions are having trouble finding jobs?" ask the speakers in the ad.
Of the 10 concerned-looking people in the ad, at least half appear to be non-Caucasian or Hispanic.
"By having lots of nationalities in there, we're trying to take ethnicity off the table," said Roy Beck, the founder of NumbersUSA. "We chose our name because we knew that too many people on both sides of the issue got sidetracked on who immigrants are."