Lawmakers who are shaping the fate of the millions of people in the U.S. illegally were told by one Wednesday that it’s time to rewrite immigration laws so that they, too, can live the American dream. "What do you want to do with me?" an emotional Jose Antonio Vargas demanded of senators. "How do you define American?" The first Senate hearing on immigration policy this year pointed toward an emerging bipartisan consensus that the nation’s 11 million illegal immigrants should be offered a path to citizenship. But passionate divisions over the issue also surfaced as one Republican decried amnesty and shouting protesters interrupted the proceedings. "You really mean that we’re not going to have enforcement, but we’ve got to have amnesty first," said Sen. Jeff Sessions, a top Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee.