Enforcement approach

1. No Amnesty, direct or implied.

2. End Sanctuary Cities and States by refusing federal money, to those who aid illegal immigrants, with policies that prohibit local government officials from alerting federal authorities about possible immigration law violators, including Homeland Security, Commerce, State and Justice funding.

3. Deny discretionary Federal education grant appropriations to public universities that violate federal law by offering in-state tuition rates to illegal aliens without also offering identical benefits to all United States citizens, even if U.S citizen does not live in the state in which the university is located.

4. Increase Border Security: Double Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents handling interior enforcement, increase the Border Patrol to at least 25,000 agents, and increase detention space to incarcerate illegal aliens arrested rather than letting them go with a promise to appear later for legal proceedings. Build the double layer fence covering 854 miles of our southern border which has been authorized and funded.

5. Attrition through Enforcement (self-deportations).

6. English as the Official Language of the United States.

7. Prohibit the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) – the federal government’s civil rights watchdog – from using taxpayer funds to finance lawsuits against businesses which require employees to speak English on the job or alternatively grant automatic immunity to any employer who requires English be spoken in the work place.

8. Allow State and local law enforcement to apprehend and detain illegal aliens. Section 287(g) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) provides the legal authority for state and local enforcement to investigate, detain, and arrest aliens on civil and criminal grounds.
Any border and immigration security legislation by Congress should include provisions for strengthening and expanding programs authorized under §287(g)

9. No Birth Right Citizenship to children of illegal aliens. The fourteenth amendment grants citizenship to children of persons subject to the jurisdiction of the United States of America. No illegal alien is subject to U.S. jurisdiction as they have no rights nor do they have allegiance to this country. They are citizens of a foreign jurisdiction and citizens of that foreign country. A child born in the U.S.A. should be a citizen if he or she is born to at least one parent who is a legal resident of the U.S.A.

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