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    News reports have indicated that President Trump could finally fulfill his campaign promise and terminate Obama's DACA executive amnesty, but he is facing pushback from big business and open-border groups. They have deluged the White House with calls and messages in support of the DACA program.
    Call the White House at 202-456-1111 and express your support for ending the DACA amnesty!
    You can also send a message to President Trump online at: https://www.whitehouse.gov/contact
    Ten attorneys general have issued an ultimatum, threatening to sue the administration over DACA unless the program is rescinded. The attorneys general called DACA "unlawful" and said it "unilaterally confers eligibility for work authorization ... and lawful presence without any statutory authorization from Congress." Trump has called the DACA amnesty illegal and unconstitutional on several occasions.
    Remind the President of his promise. Call the White House comment line at 202-456-1111 and tell President Trump to end DACA.
    Thank you for taking the time to contact The White House and support all Americans on these crucial issues.
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    Illegal Alien Brothers Accused of Operating Fake ID Business
    A pair of illegal alien brothers face federal charges for allegedly operating a fake ID business for non-U.S. citizens.
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    The Time for President Trump to End DACA Has Long Passed


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    Fri, SEP 1st 2017 @ 2:17 pm EDT by Eric Ruark

    AMcClatchy news story that ran today, and quoted NumbersUSA's Chris Chmielenksi, ended up as the headline story on the Drudge Report. The report was North Carolina Senator Thom Tillis was crafting a “conservative” (whatever that means) DREAM Act amnesty to formalize the unconstitutional DACA program instituted by President Obama and continued by President Trump, despite candidate Trump's promise to end the program on day one of his administration.
    This was followed by a later story on CNN that Paul Ryan was urging the President not to end DACA (apparently “conservative” to Paul Ryan means not adhering to the Constitution).
    NumbersUSA maintains its position that President Trump end the illegal, unconstitutional DACA program, as he repeatedly promised to do; and NumbersUSA opposes the DREAM Act.
    The DREAM Act is a bad idea, no matter whether it’s labeled “conservative,” “liberal,” or “disestablishmentarian.” NumbersUSA has held firm on that line for many years. So, too, did Attorney General Jeff Sessions when he was in the Senate.
    Allowing DACA to stand has ramifications far beyond immigration. It is Congress’ prerogative, and only Congress’ prerogative, to make immigration and naturalization law, even if the laws it makes are terrible. No President can choose not to enforce existing laws, or to institute his own if Congress refuses to act according to his demands.
    If Congress continues to acquiesce by allowing the overreach of the federal courts (particularly in the arena of immigration law), while also allowing the Executive Branch to exercise legislative power, the entire Constitutional system is at risk. Yet, here we have a sitting U.S. Senator and the Speaker of the House of Representatives seeking to rubberstamp an unconstitutional Presidential action that would severely undermine Congress’ power.
    The DREAM Act will reward illegal immigration and encourage more, while doing nothing to prevent the same problem arising in the future. DACA sets a terrible precedent that the President stands above the law.
    [COLOR=#C1272D !important]If President Trump wants to put America first, which presumes he means putting the interests of the American people first and foremost, he will end DACA and work for the passage of the RAISE Act and mandatory E-Verify before even discussing the possibility of an amnesty with Congress.[/COLOR]
    ERIC RUARK is the Director of Research for NumbersUSA

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    Attorney General Jeff Sessions makes announcement on DACA program 9-5-17

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    Trump Admin. Rescinds DACA Executive Amnesty


    Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced on Monday that the Trump administration is rescinding the unconstitutional executive amnesty that granted deferred action and work permits to nearly 800,000 illegal aliens living in the United States. Former Pres. Obama began the amnesty in 2012, and Pres. Trump pledged to end it while running for President.



    Statement from Pres. Trump on Rescinding DACA Executive Amnesty


    In a statement issued after the administration announced it was rescinding the DACA executive amnesty, Pres. Trump said, "Congress now has the opportunity to advance responsible immigration reform that puts American jobs and American security first."
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    Trump Admin. Rescinds DACA Executive Amnesty


    Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced on Monday that the Trump administration is rescinding the unconstitutional executive amnesty that granted deferred action and work permits to nearly 800,000 illegal aliens living in the United States. Former Pres. Obama began the amnesty in 2012, and Pres. Trump pledged to end it while running for President.



    Statement from Pres. Trump on Rescinding DACA Executive Amnesty


    In a statement issued after the administration announced it was rescinding the DACA executive amnesty, Pres. Trump said, "Congress now has the opportunity to advance responsible immigration reform that puts American jobs and American security first."
    Statement from Pres. Trump on Rescinding DACA Executive Amnesty




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    Pres. Trump issued the following statement today following Attorney General Jeff Sessions' announcement that the administration is rescinding Pres. Obama's unconstitutional DACA executive amnesty:
    As President, my highest duty is to defend the American people and the Constitution of the United States of America. At the same time, I do not favor punishing children, most of whom are now adults, for the actions of their parents. But we must also recognize that we are nation of opportunity because we are a nation of laws.
    The legislative branch, not the executive branch, writes these laws – this is the bedrock of our Constitutional system, which I took a solemn oath to preserve, protect, and defend.
    In June of 2012, President Obama bypassed Congress to give work permits, social security numbers, and federal benefits to approximately 800,000 illegal immigrants currently between the ages of 15 and 36. The typical recipients of this executive amnesty, known as DACA, are in their twenties. Legislation offering these same benefits had been introduced in Congress on numerous occasions and rejected each time.
    In referencing the idea of creating new immigration rules unilaterally, President Obama admitted that “I can’t just do these things by myself” – and yet that is exactly what he did, making an end-run around Congress and violating the core tenets that sustain our Republic.
    Officials from 10 States are suing over the program, requiring my Administration to make a decision regarding its legality. The Attorney General of the United States, the Attorneys General of many states, and virtually all other top legal experts have advised that the program is unlawful and unconstitutional and cannot be successfully defended in court.
    There can be no path to principled immigration reform if the executive branch is able to rewrite or nullify federal laws at will.
    The temporary implementation of DACA by the Obama Administration, after Congress repeatedly rejected this amnesty-first approach, also helped spur a humanitarian crisis – the massive surge of unaccompanied minors from Central America including, in some cases, young people who would become members of violent gangs throughout our country, such as MS-13.
    Only by the reliable enforcement of immigration law can we produce safe communities, a robust middle class, and economic fairness for all Americans.
    Therefore, in the best interests of our country, and in keeping with the obligations of my office, the Department of Homeland Security will begin an orderly transition and wind-down of DACA, one that provides minimum disruption. While new applications for work permits will not be accepted, all existing work permits will be honored until their date of expiration up to two full years from today. Furthermore, applications already in the pipeline will be processed, as will renewal applications for those facing near-term expiration. This is a gradual process, not a sudden phase out. Permits will not begin to expire for another six months, and will remain active for up to 24 months. Thus, in effect, I am not going to just cut DACA off, but rather provide a window of opportunity for Congress to finally act.
    Our enforcement priorities remain unchanged. We are focused on criminals, security threats, recent border-crossers, visa overstays, and repeat violators. I have advised the Department of Homeland Security that DACA recipients are not enforcement priorities unless they are criminals, are involved in criminal activity, or are members of a gang.
    The decades-long failure of Washington, D.C. to enforce federal immigration law has had both predictable and tragic consequences: lower wages and higher unemployment for American workers, substantial burdens on local schools and hospitals, the illicit entry of dangerous drugs and criminal cartels, and many billions of dollars a year in costs paid for by U.S. taxpayers. Yet few in Washington expressed any compassion for the millions of Americans victimized by this unfair system. Before we ask what is fair to illegal immigrants, we must also ask what is fair to American families, students, taxpayers, and jobseekers.
    Congress now has the opportunity to advance responsible immigration reform that puts American jobs and American security first. We are facing the symptom of a larger problem, illegal immigration, along with the many other chronic immigration problems Washington has left unsolved. We must reform our green card system, which now favors low-skilled immigration and puts immense strain on U.S. taxpayers. We must base future immigration on merit – we want those coming into the country to be able to support themselves financially, to contribute to our economy, and to love our country and the values it stands for. Under a merit-based system, citizens will enjoy higher employment, rising wages, and a stronger middle class. Senators Tom Cotton and David Perdue have introduced the RAISE Act, which would establish this merit-based system and produce lasting gains for the American People.
    I look forward to working with Republicans and Democrats in Congress to finally address all of these issues in a manner that puts the hardworking citizens of our country first.
    As I’ve said before, we will resolve the DACA issue with heart and compassion – but through the lawful Democratic process – while at the same time ensuring that any immigration reform we adopt provides enduring benefits for the American citizens we were elected to serve. We must also have heart and compassion for unemployed, struggling, and forgotten Americans.
    Above all else, we must remember that young Americans have dreams too. Being in government means setting priorities. Our first and highest priority in advancing immigration reform must be to improve jobs, wages and security for American workers and their families.
    It is now time for Congress to act!
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    DACA AMNESTY RESCINDED
    But Trump creates a 'rolling end' with some relief for American workers happening today and other relief taking time

    DEAR FRIENDS of AMERICAN WORKERS,


    I'm already seeing a lot of confusion and some misleading reports on what Pres. Trump did today.
    The following is based on what the Administration has issued publicly and on a briefing we received this morning.
    (KEEP UP WITH THE LATEST NEWS BY GOING TO OUR HOME PAGE AT: https://www.numbersusa.com/)

    There is NOT a 6-month delay on ending DACA amnesty

    I was extremely concerned when I first heard over the weekend that Pres. Trump was going to end the executive DACA amnesty but only after giving Congress six months to enact a legislative amnesty.
    That would have provided six months for immigration expansionists inside the Administration to delay the end of DACA even further once the deadline approached.
    The reality is not perfect but is far better than advertised.
    1. DACA ends today for anybody wanting to apply for the first time for a work permit or any other benefit.
    2. DACA ends Oct. 5 for anybody wanting to apply for a renewal of a work permit.

    But opening up of jobs for Americans won't begin in earnest until March

    My top concern about the DACA work-permit amnesty has always been the addition of hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens competing in the legal labor market against struggling American workers and legal immigrants already here. This has created downward pressure on wages and meant that hundreds of thousands of Americans -- particularly Millennials -- do not have jobs at this time.
    Atty Gen. Sessions noted this morning that around 800,000 DACA work permits have been given out since Pres. Obama created them in 2012. Those work permits are for two years but could be continually renewed. (That ended today.)
    We were told this morning that around 690,000 work permits are still in effect due to some recipients not renewing along the way for various reasons.
    That attrition will continue and provide some relief for American workers immediately.
    However, the expiration of perhaps a thousand of the work permits a day will not begin until after March 5 next year.
    Here's how the order has been laid out:
    1. PENDING FIRST-TIME DACA APPLICATIONS: Young adult illegal aliens whose first-time applications for a work permit are still pending will be processed despite the end to accepting new applications as of today. (About 33,000 applications are said to be pending.)
    2. DACA WORK PERMITS THAT EXPIRE SEP. 5, 2017 THROUGH MARCH 5, 2018 or which have renewal applications pending right now:
    These illegal aliens will be allowed to renew for one more two-year period. But they will have to apply by Oct. 5, 2017. Many of these are likely to miss the deadline or decide for various reasons not to renew, which will begin to open up jobs as their employers are required to end their employment at the expiration of their work visa.
    3. DACA WORK PERMITS THAT EXPIRE AFTER MARCH 5, 2018: These illegal aliens will not be allowed to apply for renewals for the Oct. 5 deadline. They will be able to hold their jobs -- or even get new jobs -- until the expiration date on their work visa. Perhaps a thousand a day will be expiring starting March 6 and through 2019.

    DON'T LISTEN TO THE SMUGGLERS

    The White House is concerned that smugglers in other countries will entice people to fork over their savings to get to the U.S. before Oct. 5 in order to file for these work permits.
    The fact is that nobody can gain anything under this order unless:
    (a) they filed an initial application before today
    (b) or they already have a work permit

    THE THREATS BEFORE US

    Huge efforts among the mainstream media, corporate lobbyists, the community of foundations and leaders of both parties in Congress are already underway to pass an amnesty for these DACA recipients. Typically, they do not include any provisions to reduce the harm to vulnerable American workers, nor any provisions to keep foreign parents from putting their children into this situation in the future.
    We will keep you alerted to each new challenge with ways to make a difference.
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    Report: DACA Amnesty May Trigger Flood of 4-6M Foreign Nationals, Not 800K
    Should President Trump follow through on a deal where illegal aliens are allowed to stay in the U.S., it would create a flood of migration.
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    Let people know this "fact check" is false and show them why.

    In the latest example that you know more about immigration policy than many of the people who report on it for a living, Politifact badly mangled its "fact check" of this Dave Brat comment:
    ""So the number on DACA is 800,000, but every one person can bring in their entire extended family once they reach a certain status. So it's 3 or 4 million, right?"
    That statement is TRUE, as this chart (page 4) explains. A DACA amnesty that leads to citizenship for 723,000 would have a Chain Migration impact of 3,037,000 for a total numerical impact of 3,760,000.
    How Politifact got it wrong: To be fair to Politifact, when they asked Brat's office what he meant by "a certain status," they said he meant "green cards" and Chain Migration really only kicks in once someone is naturalized. What Politifact fails to account for is this: "green cards lead to citizenship," as Roy Beck explains in this Lifezette story, "PolitiFact Flop: Falsely Claims DACA Won't Lead to Chain Migration".
    Motives aside, the Politifact piece presents a counter-factualargument that misleads the public. As of this writing, Politifact has made no changes to its story.
    Challenge this misleading Politifact piece every place you see it. The public deserves to know the truth.
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    THIS ISSUE: Employers fail to fill up H-2B visa expansion suggesting their claims of a worker shortage are false

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    For years, we've heard the cries from employers who claim they can't find enough American workers to fill temporary and seasonal jobs across the country. But when it came time to prove their claims were real, they couldn't produce.
    You may remember that Congress authorized then-DHS Secretary John Kelly earlier this year to increase the number of H-2B visas by around 70,000 for the 2017 fiscal year. The H-2B visa is mostly used by landscaping, hospitality and food service industries to fill jobs that are seasonal or temporary in nature.
    Much to the disappointment of the employers, Kelly made only 15,000 of the 70,000 available. And we learned this week, that U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has stopped accepting applications after receiving just 13,534 applications.
    The same employers who complained that the increase was too small couldn't file enough applications to fill it!
    Kelly did add two extra hurdles for employers who wanted the extra foreign workers. First, they were required to demonstrate that their business would "suffer irreparable harm" if they didn't get more foreign workers. Second, they had to show that they exhausted every attempt to recruit American workers. Based on those requirements, it's entirely possible that not all of those 13,534 applications will actually get approved.
    Research from both the Economic Policy Institute and the Center for Immigration Studies suggests that there is no labor shortage in the industries that most rely on H-2B visas. The fact that employers couldn't use the full 15,000 additional visas proves their point and shows that employers really don't need foreign workers; they just prefer them over American workers.
    We can only hope that Congress learns from this lesson and will reject future calls from employers to increase the number of foreign guest workers. Of course, Congress tends to have a short memory, so it will require your activism efforts to remind them of this most recent event.
    TRUMP ADMIN APPROVES NEARLY 6,000 INITIAL DACA APPLICATIONS
    In the months leading up to Pres. Trump's decision to end the unconstitutional DACA executive amnesty, his administration approved 5,860 new DACA applications between April 1 and June 30 and approved 96,708 renewals.
    What stands out most, however, is the number of denials. The Trump administration denied 32% of the initial applications where a decision was made. The denial rate is nearly double the rate for all of 2016. While our hope was for Pres. Trump to end the DACA amnesty back in January, if there is a bright side, it's that his administration added more scrutiny to the applications and approved fewer requests.
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    Illegal immigration costing record $135 billion a year, study shows
    The swelling population of illegal immigrants and their kids is costing American taxpayers $135 billion a year, the highest ever, driven by free…
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    The staggering total costs of illegal immigrants and their children outweigh the taxes paid to federal and state governments by a ratio of roughly 7 to 1, with costs at nearly $135 billion compared to tax revenues at nearly $19 billion.
    The nearly $135 billion paid out by federal and state and local taxpayers to cover the cost of the presence of 12.5 million illegal aliens and their 4.2 million citizen children amounts to approximately $8,075 per illegal alien and citizen child prior to taxes paid, or $6,940 per person after taxes are paid.
    On the federal level, medical ($17.14 billion) is by far the highest cost, with law enforcement coming second ($13.15 billion) and general government services ($8 billion) third.
    At the state and local level, education ($44.4 billion) was by far the largest expense, followed by general public services ($18.5 billion) and medical ($12.1 billion).
    The top three states based on total cost to state taxpayers for illegal immigrants and their children: California ($23 billion); Texas ($10.9 billion), and New York ($7.5 billion).
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    We need to worry about LEGAL immigration. If you deal with that you automatically deal with illegal.....We let in over a million people a year we have no jobs for. We are jsut importing poverty. Yet people continue to want it. Why do we even talk about the unemployment rate then? It is simple most immigration is from non-whiteor non-european countries and minorites(especially mexicans)just want more of their people here regardless of how it hurts America. They use the word racist to keep the flood of mass immigration going. Also, more democratic votes to change the country. Conservatives the corporations and the elites are also to blame since they love cheap labor The end.
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    Trucker in San Antonio trafficking case pleads guilty to smuggling aliens
    A truck driver who was illegally transporting dozens of smuggled immigrants has pleaded guilty to his role in an undocumented alien smuggling operation that resulted in 10 deaths last summer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by exploited17 View Post
    We need to worry about LEGAL immigration. If you deal with that you automatically deal with illegal.....We let in over a million people a year we have no jobs for. We are jsut importing poverty. Yet people continue to want it. Why do we even talk about the unemployment rate then? It is simple most immigration is from non-whiteor non-european countries and minorites(especially mexicans)just want more of their people here regardless of how it hurts America. They use the word racist to keep the flood of mass immigration going. Also, more democratic votes to change the country. Conservatives the corporations and the elites are also to blame since they love cheap labor The end.
    Right on target....
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    ACTION
    We have posted a new action to your Action Boardasking your Members of Congress to support Pres. Trump's immigration principles he released last week.

    The immigration principles focus on border security, interior enforcement and a merit-based immigration system.

    Please check your Action Board for this and any new actions we may have posted this week.
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    Take a look HERE at the Grade Cards of your U.S. Representative and two U.S. Senators.

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    The difference between the current immigration policy and the RAISE Act would be tens of millions of additional people by 2050 that will need more roads, bridges and all kinds of infrastructure in an increasingly congested America.

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    Illegal Immigrant Shocked at Deportation Arrest After Failing to Appear in Court
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    NCFIRE has published the latest monthly "Illegal Alien Child Raper" report and unfortunately its' not any better than the previous 18 months.

    For the month of October 2017, we were able to document 21illegal aliens who were charged with 65 separate instances of child rape and/or child sexual assault in North Carolina. Report here: October2017

    For the previous 18 months, that brings the total number of illegal aliens charged with child rape/child sexual assault in North Carolina to 307, who racked up an astonishing total of 1,109separate charges of child rape/child sexual assault. Reports here: NCFIRE.info

    These numbers are most certainly low as we can not possibly check every arrest report, every day, in every jurisdiction in North Carolina.

    It seems that simply finding these "few" would startle ANYONE who was in a position to put a stop to it BUT, apparently, money from the NC Chamber of Commerce and the NC Farm Bureauis more important to our State Legislators in Raleigh, than the physical and mental health and well being of our children.

    The ONLY way to stop this is to DEMAND your NC House Representative and NC State Senator, enact state levelillegal immigration laws.

    NCFIRE urges you to contact them and express your outrage over their lack of action on this issue.

    To contact your Rep or Senator, click here:
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