Department of Justice

Deportation for Federal illegal inmates

Each day, American tax payers pay approximately $62.01 per federal inmate, 45,400 in which are illegal immigrants, the majority being from Mexico. Now, let’s also keep in mind that most sentences imposed are five to ten years which will equate to tax payers spending $1,027,567,710 (one billion twenty-seven million five hundred sixty-seven thousand seven hundred ten) per year. That is just for illegal immigrants and ...more »

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Legislative Branch

Stop Sending Federal Aid to States Allowing Hiring Illegals

Stop sending money to states that allow (or tolerate) the hiring of illegal aliens. CO had on their books (until 2008, when they elected a democrat for a governor) a law that was very clear and straightforward, Hire/rent to/give aid to an illegal, and you go to jail and pay a fine. This meant no money, no housing and no welfare/food stamps/WIC/unemployment. When this law went into effect, the interstates were jammed with ...more »

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Department of Homeland Security

Allow Border Patrol to conduct interior enforcement

The Border Patrol could quickly cut a significant portion of our resident illegal alien population if they were allowed to operate in the nation's interior. They know where many of the illegal aliens live, but aren't able to do anything about it due to being tied to the border itself. ICE/HSI currently has the mandate for interior enforcement, but doesn't have sufficient manpower or will to engage in serious interior ...more »

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Department of Homeland Security

Increased Border Security Cost-Effectively

Using current technology and web based systems (instant messaging, groupwise, webcams) set up a site for .gov email staff such as Tower Officers in federal prisons to sign-in to the system, select assigned webcams of border security cameras, and report activity to the Border Patrol via an instant messanger. (1) Border security would be greatly enhanced. (2) Tower Officers at federal prisons would be providing ...more »

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Social Security Administration

SSI money used to support families of illegal aliens

We currently pay SSI benefits to a parent of a disabled child. The maximum amount payable is $674.00 per month. We pay this amount to a parent even if the parent is an illegal alien who does not have a social security number. If this parent, who does not have a social security number, has several disabled children, SSI will pay up $674.00 per month per child. There is not a maximum amount payable per family. ...more »

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Department of Homeland Security

Jobs

When this country began, we created programs and benefits to help populate, fill out, and explore this great country, e.g. the Homestead Act, and associated Homestead Acts. In addition there are many laws protecting the labor, employment, and commerce of the U.S. I believe unemployment in the U.S. has more to do with complacency, and reluctance to relocate, than it has to do with "jobs Americans don't want to do." ...more »

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Department of Homeland Security

Secure the border...

Secure the border by vigorously enforcing current immigration laws and addressing the reasons why people illegally come to the U.S. (jobs and benefits). CBP is fighting a losing battle to “secure the border” as long as ICE is free to pursue enforcement activities other than immigration and customs enforcement (which happens to be their name). There should be no reason for ICE to investigate terrorist activities. Terrorist ...more »

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Legislative Branch

Prohibit federal funds from being spent on illegal aliens

States should be prohibited from spending federal funds on illegal aliens (exceptions being incarcerationa dndeportation). Those states that continue to spend federal funds on illegal aliens will be subject to a mandatory complete loss of federal funds for one year, continuable for each year or part thereof they continue to spend funds on illegal aliens. Meicare and education funds et al MUST be for US citizens and ...more »

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Department of Homeland Security

Revoke State Driver Licenses/IDs found on Deportable Aliens

Revocation Standards for United States Drivers’ Licenses/ Identification Cards: Implementation of multi-agency (Department of Public Safety and CBP) standard procedures to mandate reporting of all US State-issued drivers’ licenses or identification cards encountered on deportable illegal aliens in the field during processing and removal from United States. Persons who are not 1) US Citizens 2) Lawfully Present in the ...more »

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