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Department of Homeland Security

PROPOSAL TO STREAMLINE THE NOTICE TO REMOVABLE ALIEN PROCESS

Effecting the efficient removal of illegal aliens requires that ICE Enforcement and Removal Office (ERO) personnel look to various references that include but are not limited to U.S. Codes of Federal Regulations (CFR), international treaties, conventions and laws, agency policy and procedural manuals. The significance of this removal program responsibility is that it embodies the mission of ERO as a whole and overlaps... 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

Defer Immigration Proceedings for Non-Removable Aliens

Individual aliens who cannot be removed due to country of origin circumstances (e.g. natural disaster, stateless, CAA, etc.) should be given notice of (indefinitely) deferred removal proceedings, rather than holding a full immigration hearing and issuing an unenforceable order of removal. The NTA could still be placed in the A-file and considered by CIS in evaluating future petitions.

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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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