Immigration; Reform Ideas For Consideration by President Trump

Any person who is in the United States of America its territories and possessions who is not an American Citizen and has committed a crime, must either go to prison for the crime, be deported forthwith or both.
Any person interfering with deportation of illegals will be held criminally responsible for aiding and abetting a illegal criminal, as well as charged as an accessory or accessory after the fact, for any crime or crimes that (or those) illegal(s) commit(s).

 Also, anyone who has come to America illegally must register within sixty (60) days. Analysis of their situation, family conditions and history while in the United States will determine future status. These illegal persons if allowed to be considered for a form or  type of legal status must meet, as a minimum, the criteria as outlined by President Teddy Roosevelt in 1907.

 "In the first place, we should insist that if the immigrant who comes here in good faith becomes an American and assimilates himself to us, he shall be treated on an exact
equality with everyone else, for it is an outrage to discriminate against any such man because of creed, or birthplace, or origin. But this is predicated upon the person's becoming in every facet an American, and nothing but an American...There can be no divided allegiance here. Any man who says he is an American, but something else also, isn't an American at all. We have room for but one flag, the American flag... We have room for but one language here, and that is the English language... and we have room for but one sole loyalty and that is a loyalty to the American people."
a. That person must register with the government and obtain a special identification card within sixty (60) days of the passing of the new law. Any such person caught without an authorized identification card issued by the United States government after sixty (60) days, as well as, anyone caught with or using a forged, or illegal identification card, Social Security card (or number), birth certificate, or any other form of illegal identification is to be deported forthwith.

b. That person, cannot, and will not, receive any government assistance of any kind whatsoever, other than those programs currently in place for immigrants currently applying for citizenship to the United States Of America.

c. That person must learn to speak, read and write English.

d. That person must go through the same exact process as any other immigrants applying for citizenship to the United States of America, which is currently required; FURTHER, that person cannot be placed in line ahead of any current applicant. The process for children will be the same as those conditions currently in place for citizenship applications to the United States of America.

e. That person committing a crime before being granted American citizenship will be deported forthwith.

f. That person harboring, assisting, providing funds to help illegal entry into the United States of America of a person, or persons, will be deported forthwith.

g. That person engaged in “gang activities,” will be deported forthwith.

h. That person having been engaged in work and having received payment, who has not paid taxes on that income, will be responsible for applicable fines.

j. That person will report any crime, criminal, or criminal activity, of whom, or of which, they have knowledge, and provide assistance to law enforcement accordingly; violation of which will resort in immediate deportation.

k. That person involved in drugs in any way, exclusive of proven medical needs, is to be deported forthwith.

l. That person who is under treatment, and in the care of a doctor who determines, in consultation with the doctor appointed by the United States government’s health department, where deportation of that person would result in death, or critical (to be defined) permanent disability (to be defined), then deportation will be suspended until such danger is resolved as it would have been resolved prior to this law taking effect.
m. IN NO CASE, as a result of violations of any of the above rules, will there be any redress in court to address deportation.
n. IN NO CASE, will a person(s) having been in violation of any of the above rules, be allowed to return to the United States of America, or to become a US citizen in the future.

o. IN ANY AND ALL CASES, incarceration of any person(s) for a violation of any of the above rules, or specifically, any felony, criminal activity, committed in, or outside of the United States of America, shall be deported, and/or fall under the United States criminal code of justice, as is most appropriate.

p. Fines to be paid to the American government for violations as stated herein above, will be commensurate with the ability of those who are obligated to pay such fines.

These simple examples of rules that should be redacted to very few pages, without adding hundreds of pages of mitigating circumstances, exceptions to rules or regulations. The term, “any person” refers to men, women, and children (of any age); it is not now, nor has it ever been, the responsibility of American people to provide for noncitizens – particularly now that our country is in the financial crisis in which it finds itself. Americans have always met the needs of those persons who have come to America legally, and even those who have come here illegally, however, new laws should limit and define our country's responsibility within Health Care Programs.

FURTHER; there are American children who are going hungry, cities failing, police and teachers losing their jobs, medical attention to our own citizens, which at present are being attenuated to provide medical care, education, food housing, and money for illegal immigrants; which must stop. Illegal immigrants received more consideration than some of our citizens. I think we are all familiar with persons for sacrificing, working hard, assimilating, in order to become American citizens, while illegal immigrants are getting a “free ride.” It should be understood that if you are in America illegally, you should be deported, not rewarded.

There is an adage that states, “Don’t worry about what color you’re going to paint the barn, till after you put out the fire.” President-elect Donald Trump will put out the financial fire which currently permeates this country; America should not be worrying about what color we’re going to paint someone else’s barn. President Obama sent billions of dollars to other countries, some of whom are basically our enemies.

America must come first. We must get our own house in order before we can be expected to help others. It is to the detriment of our nation’s well-being, not to become financially stable. At one time America represented the breadbasket of the world, today we buy most of our food and other goods from foreign countries that have depleted our workforce and our ability to produce products.

President-elect Donald Trump has addressed these issues and the with cooperation between Democrats and Republicans these issues should be resolved for the good of our nation. If however, the Democrats continue as they have in the past, the “nuclear option” (created by the Democrats) which they used so effectively in the past against Republicans, is available to President-elect Trump - who will, no doubt, proceed to make America great again - regardless.
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