The top twelve migrant-sending countries in 2006, by country of birth, were Mexico (173,753), People's Republic of China (87,345), Philippines (74,607), India (61,369), Cuba (45,614), Colombia (43,151), Dominican Republic (38,069), El Salvador (31,783), Vietnam (30,695), Jamaica (24,976), South Korea (24,386), Guatemala (24,146), Other countries - 606,370. [
More than 13 Million Illegal Aliens (Federation for American Immigration Reform – FAIR)
88 Percent Increase Since 2000
illegal alien population (2007) - 3,470,000 persons
Borack Obama Secure borders Put in place a serious program of employer sanctions. Give citizenship for illegals after they pay fines, learn English, not involved in criminal activities, and get in line. Hillary Clinton Require the knowledge of the identities of all people who cross our borders. In favor of comprehensive immigration reform, Give immigrants a chance to stay and get legal status John Edwards Illegals crossing border is a serious problem. Need more effective job of policing border. Illegal immigrants should be able to “earn” American citizenship by paying fines and learning English.
Rudy Giuliani technological fence tamper-proof ID card. pay a penalty Pay back taxes Learn English and American history
secure our borders.
temporary worker program .
make illegals earn citizenship because they have broken our laws
Fred Thompson enforcement at the border has to be primary. Not giving federal money for illegals who have sanctuary cities in violation of the law
Stop Banks from Granting Credit Card to Illegal Aliens
Introduced by Senator Vitter introduced
The bill (S. 2393) limit the types of identification banks may accept for the purpose of opening accounts, and subsequently issuing credit cards.
the types of identification documents that may be used to open bank accounts
2. In the long-term, the U.S. needs a coordinated strategy to expand the education pipeline for American students studying science, technology, engineering and math (STEM)
3. In the short-term, we need a commonsense approach to immigration policy that creates incentives for both U.S. and foreign workers to develop valuable skill sets that can be used in the U.S. permanently.