If elected, the former secretary of state has promised to build on President Obama's executive actions and introduce comprehensive immigration reform during her first 100 days in office.
On Monday, Clinton also hit Trump for saying wages are "too high" in America. If he traveled the country talking to voters the way she did, Clinton argued, "maybe he would finally open his ears and listen to what working people everywhere are saying, that America needs a raise."
After calling Trump out on several other issues, including paid family leave, Clinton emphasized the need for unity in her own party.
As she continues to battle Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders in upcoming primary states like California and New Jersey, she made her ultimate objective clear: "We are going to unify the Democratic Party and stop Donald Trump!"