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Call Your Representative and Oppose Passing Piecemeal Amnesty

Both Republicans and Democrats are currently discussing immigration reform, and many politicians on both sides of the aisle think it should be a major policy initiative in 2014.  Of course, President Obama, the liberals in Congress, and some Republicans think amnesty should be part of any immigration reform that is passed.

Now, the House Republican Conference is using their annual retreat to discuss policy initiatives for the year. They will discuss the “Gang of Eight” immigration bill, which would provide amnesty to an estimated 11 million people currently living in the country illegally.

Every Representative needs to hear from their constituents that amnesty is unfair to the 4.4 million patiently going through the immigration process.

Now is the time to call your Representative and oppose any attempt to pass an amnesty bill in 2014.

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3 thoughts on “Call Your Representative and Oppose Passing Piecemeal Amnesty

  1. Jack Minor @jackminorjr

    The immigration department is a big government bureaucracy that is ineffective and inefficient.

    Immigration reform is necessary because of inadequate immigration policy and execution. If the immigration department could process application quickly and efficiently we would not have as great of a problem as we now have.

    Secure the border, increase work visas, give illegals that are here legal status (Green Card) if they pass a background check and send them to the back of the line to apply for citizenship.

    Track visas so people do not overstay their visas.

    Decriminalize drugs. It will remove the problem of drug smugglers crossing the border illegally and lessen the danger to border security and residents of border towns.

    Government should have to verify legal status to those they issue licenses, welfare and voter registration.

    Require the government to e-verify when an employer files a W-9 for an employee, not the employer; put the legal responsibility on the government if they get it wrong not on business.

    All this will mean less people crossing the border illegally making it easier for border security to catch those who do cross illegally.

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