President Obama is getting a boost from some evangelical leaders in his call for comprehensive immigration reform. The Rev. Bill Hybels of Willow Creek Community Church in Illinois, the Rev. Richard Land of the Southern Baptist Convention and other leaders support an overhaul that would include some path to legalization for illegal immigrants already here, the New York Times reported. Roman Catholic, mainline Protestant, Jewish and Muslim leaders long have favored immigration reform, but evangelicals have had more policy pull with GOP lawmakers in recent years. Still, the chances of reform passing this year remain slim to none.